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Whether you are saving for an expansion project, inventory build-up, or planning for the unexpected, Capital City Bank has several smart options to help your company reach its saving goals.

> Absolutely Free Savings
  • Interest compounded daily and paid quarterly on daily collected balances
  • Tiered higher-yield rates
  • No transaction fees
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> Money Market Account
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  • $4,000 minimum opening deposit
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  • $15 monthly service charge if the average monthly balance falls below $4,000

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*Interest is compounded daily and paid monthly on daily collected balances. Access to the account is subject to federal regulation , which provides for unlimited withdrawals through an ATM, by mail, messenger or in person, but limits other withdrawals or transfers (such as telephone, online or Bank Direct-Automated transfers, check, draft, or check card) to six per month. Excess withdrawal or transfer fee is $10 per debit paid over the regulatory limit per monthly statement period. If excess withdrawals or transfers continue, the account will be changed to a non-interest bearing status. Fees may reduce the earnings on the account.