Open an Account
No time to come by a branch? No problem! We bring the bank to you.
You can open an account by simply selecting one of the following accounts and following the prompts. It will only take a few minutes and you’ll be on your way!
Currently, we offer online applications for:
- Checking PLUS
- Simple Savings
- Advantage Money Market
- Choose Your Term CD (1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 year options)
- Jump Up CD (27 month term)
- 1 Year Jumbo CD (Internet Only Special)
- 18 Month Jumbo CD (Internet Only Special)
- 2 Year Jumbo CD (Internet Only Special)
- 3 Year Jumbo CD (Internet Only Special)
- 4 Year Jumbo CD (Internet Only Special)
- 5 Year Jumbo CD (Internet Only Special)
Please note: Online applications for Checking PLUS are limited to residents of Kansas, Missouri and Arizona, age 18 and older, as well as our current clients. All U.S. residents, ages 18 and older, are welcome to apply for our Simple Savings, Advantage Money Market and Certificates of Deposit. If one or more applicants are under 18, please visit a branch to open your account.
If you’re ready to get started, make sure you have a Valid ID (you can use a Driver’s License, State ID or U.S. Passport), Social Security Number and Date of Birth handy for everyone that will be on your account.
Online account opening is limited to those over the age of 18. Joint accounts for minors can be opened at any KS StateBank location.
Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) are available in branch only, and are not available for online account opening.
Please keep in mind that rates are subject to change at any time, without notice. Your interest rate is not guaranteed until your account has been fully funded. The account must be funded within 10 business days of online application. Accounts applied for online can only be in individual or joint ownership.
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