Information to keep in mind
The EverBank Checking account is a non-interest bearing account with a required minimum opening deposit of $25.
We do not charge ATM fees and will automatically reimburse you up to $15 for the ATM fees paid at other U.S. ATMs each month, regardless of your account balances with us. For your bank accounts with us that carry a minimum average daily balance of $5,000, ATM fee reimbursement is unlimited. Reimbursement is subject to termination for fraud or abuse and will not apply for the month in which your account is closed. You may also use your bank debit card at Allpoint and MoneyPass ATMs nationwide without incurring a fee. Allpoint is a registered trademark of ATM NATIONAL, LLC. MoneyPass and the MoneyPass logo are registered trademarks of U.S. Bank National Association, doing business as Elan Financial Services.
Must be an existing bank client enrolled in online banking using the TIAA mobile app. See our Mobile Check Deposit Agreement for information on crediting of deposits. Funds availability subject to the terms within our Funds Availability Disclosure. Both are found in your Personal Account Terms, Disclosures and Agreements Booklet.
We promise that the yield on your Yield Pledge® Checking, Money Market and/or Online Savings Account will stay in the Top 5% of Competitive Accounts based on the Bankrate Monitor National Index survey data from the last week of each month. "Competitive Accounts" are similar accounts from the 10 largest banks and thrifts in 10 large U.S. banking markets. This includes data from the 5 largest banks and 5 largest thrifts in each market for which rates are available, except in markets without 5 banks and 5 thrifts. Each week Bankrate surveys these institutions and distributes its results to certain institutions on a paid-for basis. Not all institutions report each week. We reserve the right to change, at any time and without prior notice to you, our Yield Pledge calculation method as necessary to accommodate changes in Bankrate's survey and/or its distribution methodology, including, without limitation, by switching to a different, comparable methodology that may not be based on information from Bankrate.