Online Banking

1st National Bank – Growin’ Wisconsin since 1876.

 

Bank when it is convenient for you.

Run errands, make your kid’s soccer games, and still handle your banking with the convenience of free online banking. Literally check balances, make transfers – even pay bills anytime, anywhere with internet access. Plus, enjoy an up-to-date automatic record of transactions, making account management easy.


Online Banking-at-a-Glance

Manage banking functions anytime, anywhere with internet access

  • View account balances
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Pay bills
  • View statements and records of transactions
  • Track and manage your finances with $impleTRAX

Fast, free, secure service for 1st National Bank clients

  • Securely encrypted technology


Bill Pay

Paying your bills just got easier. No more checks to rip, envelopes to lick, or stamps to buy. Manage your entire bill payment process online, anytime, anywhere you have an internet connection.

  • Free for personal account holders enrolled in online banking
  • Save time; make payments anytime, anywhere with an internet connection
  • Make one-time or recurring payments
  • Schedule payments in advance
  • Save money:
  • No more checks, postage, or materials
  • No more late fees
  • View a complete history of payments
  • Secure encryption of transactions

$impleTRAX

The real power of $impleTRAX is in its ability to help you track and manage your finances by setting and monitoring spending targets.

  • Step 1: Login to your 1st National Bank Online Banking account. Click the $impleTRAX tab.
  • Step 2: Click on the “Budget” tab in $impleTRAX and then click “Add a New Spending Target” to get started.
  • Step 3: Complete the fields to pick the tags you want to track for the target, name the target, set a monthly limit, and track the accounts that will count towards the target.
  • Repeat for other spending categories – some of the most common expenses to track are groceries, transportation, and dining out.


Are you ready to make convenience part of your life?