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Horizon is a community bank serving Northern and Central Indiana, Central and Southwest Michigan and Central Ohio. Our focus is to anticipate and fulfill customer needs with exceptional service and sensible advice. This philosophy is what has kept us growing stronger than ever since 1873.
Horizon Bank Individual Retirement Account (IRA) Savings is an easy and safe investment option. For the best options and to start your retirement savings talk to an advisor today.
1Deposits or withdrawals may be made into the account at any time
2For accounts opened with less than $500.00, a periodic transfer from a Horizon Checking or savings account is required. For accounts opened with more than $500.00 may choose a periodic transfer from a Horizon checking or savings account.
3Based upon eligibility. See your IRA Plan disclosure or consult your tax advisor.
An IRA penalty of 10% may be assessed if an individual withdraws any funds prior to the age 59-1/2. See your IRA Plan disclosure or consult your tax advisor.
Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) are designed to help you plan for your retirement. They are technically a type of savings plan, but designed to offer significant tax benefits that save you the most money for when you're ready to retire.
Horizon Bank has a variety of options to work around or supplement employer-sponsored plans. We often find that you can save additional money in conjunction with these plans, and together we can figure out exactly how much more you can save.
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