Kerndt Brothers Bank Acquire Two New Locations in Iowa

Online Business Banking Cedar Rapids

Simple Online Banking

Our online banking service lets you check your account from anywhere at any time. Access your statements and activity from your home computer, laptop, smart phone, or tablet. Our online banking is free and provides 24/7 EZ-Bill Pay service.

With online banking, managing your personal and business banking accounts has never been so convenient.

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Checking & Savings business accounts

Checking & Savings

Saving up those rainy day funds? Place them in an account just right for you. Kerndt Brothers Bank offers a number of personal and business accounts for all of your saving and spending needs.

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Convenience Services

Kerndt Brothers Bank's convenience services set you up to make managing and protecting your money easy. View our personal and business services below that are available for new and existing customers.

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Kerndt Investments

Investment Planning

There's no better time to invest in your future. Our staff will assist you with planning for retirement, reviewing your current position and providing you with financial advice and investment opportunities to help you reach your goals.

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commercial Loans cedar rapids

Consumer and Commercial Loans

Kerndt Brothers Bank can help you make your next big investment comfortably with a low interest loan. Whether you're buying a home, new equipment, a car, or commercial property, we're here to help you do it affordably. Stop in to see one of our loan officers and discuss your future plans.

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Kerndt Brothers

About Kerndt Brothers Bank

The founding brothers of Kerndt Brothers Bank did not set out with a plan to enter the banking business. It was by complete happenstance and an offshoot of their general store that the bank was born.

Located just off of the Mississippi, many farmers hauled and sold their grain from 20-30 miles away and would stop in to buy groceries. Rather than carry the money back home, farmers left their funds in the store safe, beginning the first deposits of Kerndt Brothers Bank.

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