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Savings Account – South Carolina


If you live in South Carolina and are looking for a savings account, your local First Bank can help. We offer savings accounts to meet a variety of needs, and we are dedicated to helping you find the best way to save.

Savings Accounts from First Bank in South Carolina

First Bank offers a variety of savings accounts, including:

  • Everywhere Savings
  • MyFirst Savings
  • Money Market
  • CDs
  • IRAs
  • Health Savings Accounts

Use our Savings Account Comparison Tool to compare accounts and see which one is right for you. 

Looking for a business savings account? First Bank can help with that too. Learn more about our Business Savings accounts.

Savings Account - South Carolina

Tips for Growing Your Savings

Savings accounts are a great way to cover unexpected costs in the future, or just have a little extra money when you need it.  If you have a hard time saving, consider these money saving tips from Practicalmoneyskills.com.

  1. Make Saving a Priority – It is easy to lose track of resolutions, but if you make a plan, you can avoid falling behind. Determine what you want to save for, and be as vigilant about it as you are about paying rent or buying groceries.
  2. Find Money to Save – After paying the bills and buying what you need it might seem like you don’t have any money left to save. Chances are you can find extra money you didn’t even know you had just by keeping track of your spending and cutting back on buying things you don’t need.

Get a jumpstart on saving by opening a savings account at First Bank in South Carolina. We have 6 savings account options that are designed to meet the needs of our individual customers.

To open an account or learn more about our savings account options, visit one of our South Carolina branches today.

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