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Mutual of Omaha Bank products: Savings, Checking, and CDs
All of its checking, savings and CDs have been acquired by CIT Bank.
Which Mutual of Omaha banking products have moved to CIT Bank?
A wide selection of personal and business Mutual of Omaha Bank accounts have moved to CIT Bank:
Personal checking accounts
- Advantage Checking. Available in all 50 states, this basic online checking account earns interest with a $100 balance. Avoid the $10 monthly fee by maintaining a $100 balance.
- Basic Checking. No minimum balance and fees, but you won’t earn interest.
- Classic Checking. Free banking with a $300 minimum required to open and to waive the $7 monthly fee.
- Investment Checking. For balances more than $50,000, interest rates are 0.1%. Maintain a $10,000 daily balance to avoid the $15 monthly fee.
- Platinum Checking. Earn 0.05% on $100 or more and avoid the $10 monthly fee.
Personal savings accounts
- Savings. Earn interest with a $100 daily balance and no monthly maintenance fees.
- Money Market. Open with a minimum of $1,000 and earn up to 0.2% APY.
- Certificates of deposit (CD). Terms range from 30 days to five years, with a minimum opening deposit of $1,000.
Business checking accounts
- CIT Business Checking. Simple business checking with 300 free monthly transactions.
- CIT Analysis Checking. Earn interest with a minimum $1,000 opening balance. Offers risk management features, but no interest on accounts.
- Commercial Analysis Checking. Features cash management and risk mitigation features, but no interest.
- Commercial Analysis with Interest Checking. All the features of a Commercial Analysis Checking account, plus interest paid on a $1,000 daily balance.
- Interest on Lawyer Trust Account (IOLTA). Attorneys can use this account to support nonprofits, education and support services.
Business savings accounts
- Business Savings. Earn interest and avoid the $3 monthly fee with a $500 daily balance.
- Business Money Market. Open with a minimum deposit of $1,000 and earn interest on tiered balances.
- Public Funds Money Market. Earn interest on balances of $1,000 or more and open with a minimum deposit of $10,000.
- Business CDs. Terms available from 30 days to 60 months with a minimum opening deposit of $1,000.
- Personal Loans. Personal, auto and RV loans, lines of credit (LOC), and home equity loans.
- Retirement accounts. Accounts include traditional, Roth and Coverdell Education IRAs.
- Health Savings Accounts (HSA). For qualified medical expenses with high-deductible health insurance plans, Mutual offers tax-deductible, IRS-compliant accounts.
- Credit cards. Mutual offers business credit cards and as of January 2020, it plans to launch a personal credit card.
- Mortgage loans. VA, FHA, Conventional and USDA loans for purchase and refinancing options.
- Business lending. For small businesses, commercial, real estate and commercial loan officers.
- Merchant services. Credit payment solutions for in-person and online payments.
- Community association banking services. Mutual offers property pay and lockbox services, HOA loans, cash management and online document management services.
- Private wealth investing. Brokerage, advisory and insurance services, as well as trust and estate management services are also available.
Can I still open a Mutual of Omaha Bank account?
You can still open a Mutual of Omaha Bank account under CIT Bank, but you can’t do it online. You must visit a branch in person, which have all now been rebranded to CIT Bank. Only CIT Bank accounts that weren’t moved over from Mutual of Omaha Bank can be opened online through CIT Bank’s website.
What happens to my account if I’m currently a Mutual of Omaha customer?
All Mutual of Omaha bank accounts have been rebranded to CIT Bank. You can access your account as normal at banking.cit.com.
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Who should I contact if I have questions about the Mutual of Omaha and CIT Bank acquisition?
Visit a local branch or call 866-351-5646 weekdays from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CT if you have questions about your accounts or the Mutual of Omaha and CIT Bank acquisition. Customer service isn’t available on weekends.
Bottom LineMutual of Omaha Bank offered a comprehensive suite of financial services for individuals and businesses. But now all of these accounts have been acquired by CIT Bank. You can either open an account directly with CIT Bank online or compare high-yield accounts if stronger rates are what you’re after.
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