Safe deposit boxes are available and can be accessed when the bank lobby is open. The vault may be closed temporarily under certain circumstances.
|2" x 5"||$20.00 / year|
|3" x 5"||$25.00 / year|
|3" x 10"||$50.00 / year|
|5" x 5"||$40.00 / year|
|5" x 10"||$60.00 / year|
What to keep in your Safe Deposit Box?
Good candidates include originals of key documents, such as birth certificates, property deeds, car titles, and U.S. Savings Bonds that haven't been converted into electronic securities. Other possibilities include family keepsakes, valuable collections, pictures or videos of your home's contents for insurance purposes, and negatives for irreplaceable photos.
You probably wouldn't want to use your bank safe deposit box to store anything you might need to access quickly, perhaps on a night, weekend or holiday. That could include passports and originals of your "powers of attorney" that authorize others to transact business or make decisions about medical care on your behalf. For guidance on where to store your original will, check with an attorney about what is required or recommended based on state law.