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U.S. Bank Goal Savings Account

Set your goal and save automatically.

It’s never too soon to start saving. Even if you don’t have an income now, a savings account is a good place to stash money for next semester’s expenses or anything else you know you’ll need in the months ahead. Our Goal Savings account helps make saving easy.


  • Minimum $25 transfer required from a U.S. Bank checking account per statement cycle
  • No monthly maintenance fee


Our Goal Savings account is a great choice for most students, but U.S. Bank has other savings account choices too, so you can find the best fit for your own financial needs.
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Goal Savings: The name says it all.

With Goal Savings, you set a goal, the time frame you’d like to achieve it in and how much you want to save regularly toward it. That sum will be transferred automatically from your U.S. Bank checking account to your savings account on dates you select. You can even name your account to reflect your savings goals.


For example, let’s say you want to set aside $400 to take a trip during spring break and it’s five months away. You can set things up so that Goal Savings automatically transfers $80 into your savings account on the 15th day of every month. Soon you’ll have all the money you need for your trip, plus the interest you’ll earn. What’s not to love about that?

You can open a Goal Savings account right now.

Smart tip: Savings accounts aren’t for everyday transactions

Don’t make a savings account your primary transaction account.

Federal law limits the number of withdrawals you can make from a savings account to six per monthly account cycle — more than six, and you’ll be penalized.

Your best option for everyday financial transactions is a Student Checking account.

Deposit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC.

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