Log in to CitiBank ‘s Internet Online Bank

You will find the login to the Internet bank of CitiBank by logging onto their website https://online.citi.com/US/login.do  The log in box is in the upper right corner of the page, under Sign On. Enter your user ID, password and Sign On to your account.

Besides logging in to CitiBank , you can open  a new account,  it is in the same link provided above, upper right corner of the page under open an account.  Click on open an account and you will be asked to answer some questions, and fill a form online and submit it for approval.

To choose the right bank account, CiTI bank has made it simple and easy for you through this link on their website, on how to choose the right bank account https://online.citi.com/US/JRS/portal/template.do?ID=compare-savings-checking-cds-and-money-market-accounts&intc=1~1~52~6~BANR~2~Save_Hub2~HP

Savings accounts With a savings account you earn interest on the money deposited into the account, and there are few restrictions on how long the money must stay or how you can withdraw it. Most savings accounts are limited by law to six withdrawals per month. Savings accounts are easy to open online or at a branch and can be a useful way to help you achieve your goals from a new home to retirement, or to have an emergency fund for a rainy day. For instance, one for a new home, one for a new car, and one for a dream vacation. Many employers can also split your paycheck and send part of it each month to your savings account, so you don’t even have to think about it.

Checking accounts usually come with an ATM card that lets you withdraw cash and make deposits without visiting a branch. And most checking accounts today have a smartphone app that lets you make payments and even deposit paper checks without having to wait in line at a branch or seek out an ATM.

Checking accounts offer little or no interest on the money in your account and may charge a minimal fee for managing the account. Others may waive fees if you keep a minimum balance in the account or have another account or credit card at the same bank. Some banks also let you tie a savings or money market account to your checking account to cover you in case of an overdraft. Ro learn more on what is the right type of account for you, please visit the above link on CITI bank website.

https://online.citi.com/US/JRS/portal/template.do?ID=compare-savings-checking-cds-and-money-market-accounts&intc=1~1~52~6~BANR~2~Save_Hub2~HP

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