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Money Connection Online™
is our free Internet banking service.

Money Connection Online Bill Payer™
allows your to pay utility bills, make mortgage payments, insurance payments and other regularly scheduled payments, online. You must have Money Connection Online to access this service. Paying bills has never been so easy and convenient!

are a secure reliable and safe service where you recieve and view your statements by email.  E-Statements are a free service offered with the use of our Money Connection Online.

To sign up for E-Statements, simply sign on to your regular Money Connection Online session.  Along the top tabs, you will notice the "E-Statements" tab.  Click on this tab and follow the instructions to sign up.  You can also call or email us to sign up.

If you haven't signed up for Money Connection Online, use the enrollment form below.  If you would like to sign-up for E-Statements at the same time, check the appropriate box on the form. 
  • Reduce paper waste.  Although FNB uses environmentally friendly soy ink and recycled paper for their statements, E-Statements reduce your carbon footprint even more.
  • Security.  E-Statements never touch the hands of your postal worker, or even FNB employees.  It also doesn't sit in your mailbox, reducing the chance of identity theft.
  • Faster.  Get your statement seconds after it is produced.


Money Connection Online/Bill Payer Enrollment Form

Please print, complete and sign the Online Enrollment Form . You may return the completed form to any of our 5 convenient offices, fax to the bank at 319-352-6323 or mail to:
First National Bank
P.O. Box 837
Waverly, IA 50677

You will be contacted after we receive your documents.

This form uses Adobe Acrobat. Click here to download the latest version.

If you encounter a problem, please use our contact form to report it to us.



APY as high as: Rate
15 Month Special 1.20%
36 Months Raise-a-Rate** 1.00%
60 Months 1.50%
Savvy Saver 24 Month (21 years and younger) 1.00%
Rates Subject to Change


Home Depot Breach
Home Depot has announced a security breach that has potentially compromised customer names along with debit or credit card information of card holders that made purchases at Home Depot since April 2014. Home Depot is recommending to customers who shopped in U.S. and Canadian stores to monitor their accounts for any suspicious or unusual activity.

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