Intro: Wilson Bank & Trust Reviews & Ranking
Wilson Bank and Trust was recently ranked and reviewed by AdvisoryHQ as a top-rated banking firm. Firms on our top-rated lists were selected after they successfully passed AdvisoryHQ’s groundbreaking four-step banks and credit unions selection methodology.
Click here for a step-by-step breakdown of the methodology and selection process used during our Wilson Bank and Trust review: AdvisoryHQ’s Methodology for Selecting Top Banks and Credit Unions.
The Wilson Bank and Trust review below provides a detailed assessment, including some of the factors used by AdvisoryHQ News in its ranking and selection of Wilson Bank and Trust.
Wilson Bank & Trust Review
Wilson Bank & Trust is a commercial bank headquartered in Lebanon, Tennessee.
The bank provides a full range of banking and financial services to individual and corporate customers, including accepting deposits and lending transactions. Other operations of the bank include investments, insurance, and trust services.
As an independent, community-based bank, Wilson Bank & Trust strives to offer professional and personal service paired with banking knowledge to make sure that each client gets the right product every time.
The stated mission of Wilson Bank Holding Company is to “maximize sustainable earnings while being a responsible business that renders high-quality service to customers through the efforts of fairly treated employees.”
The bank works to maintain the small-town feel of banking, while still offering a full range of services to meet the credit needs of everyone equally in the communities where the bank operates.
Key Factors Leading Us to Rank This Firm as One of This Year’s Top Banking Firms
Upon completing our detailed reviews, Wilson Bank & Trust was included in AdvisoryHQ’s ranking of this year’s best banking firms based on the following factors.
It is hard to say enough good things about free checking. Once available at almost every bank in town, that is no longer the case, so banks that have one option for free checking accounts stand out.
Wilson Bank & Trust surpasses that standard, offering not one, but six different free checking accounts. We highlight a couple of the accounts below and provide a snapshot:
Get checking that bypasses all the bells and whistles in favor of efficiency and convenience. With a basic checking account, there are zero monthly service fees along with unlimited check writing.
Plus, those who elect to receive monthly statements electronically can save the $5 paper statement fees.
Free Kasasa Cash Checking
Free Kasasa Cash checking allows customers to earn up to 2.00% APY on their balances for completing easy banking activities and tasks like receiving e-statements.
Every few weeks, local associates from Wilson Bank visit schools throughout central Tennessee with the goal of helping students develop a habit for saving, and kids are rewarded for adding to their accounts consistently.
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The bankers are able to accept deposits and open savings accounts at on-site bank windows.
To get started with a school bank, parents and students can pick up and return a savings account enrollment form at any bank location, or at their school on a bank day.
Middle school marks an important transition phase for kids to take the next step in banking.
Building on their beginning in-school savings account, the Campus Prep program for middle schoolers incorporates special deposit incentives and a classroom curriculum to help and encourage students to keep developing the financial skills they’ll need to become responsible, independent managers of their money.
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