West Salem, WI

Where Customers and Community Come First


Upcoming changes for Internet Banking Transfers 

To help ensure compliance with Regulation E our core processor is making changes to the description field for internal transfers that are completed within Internet Banking. 

If you use the Transfer or Repeat Transfer feature within our Internet Banking system and you fill in the description field yourself, we are asking you to leave that field blank as the required description per the regulation will fill in automatically.  In a coming release, anything you put in the description field will not stay in there and the system will default on your statement with the required language. 


If you have any questions regarding this change please contact a Customer Service Representative.


Certificate of Deposit Special

Hop into Spring with our

Certificate of Deposit Special


1.51% APY*

12 month term - $10,000 Minimum Balance

New Money only (funds not currently on deposit with Union State Bank)


*Annual Percentage Yield effective 3-1-18 through 3-31-18.

Interest compounded quarterly, credited quarterly, and at maturity,

Penalty for early withdrawal.  Automatic Renewal.


Please stop in and see a Personal Banker today!


It's that time of year again, reduce your paper clutter!

Union State Bank Annual Free Shred Day

Saturday, April 21st, 2018

9 am - Noon

Hwy 16 location

100 lb limit per customer


What you need to keep for seven years:
•  W-2 and 1099 income forms
•  Year-end bank and brokerage statements
•  Receipts or cancelled checks for deducted expenses
•  Home purchase or closing statements, insurance records, and receipts for improvements
•  Homeowners should keep records for six years after selling their home
And…Keep Indefinitely…
•  Records of IRA contributions (particularly nondeductible contributions)
•  Annual summaries of retirement/savings plan statements
•  Copies of your tax returns
•  Receipts for big purchases as proof of their value in the event of loss


Customer Education Videos 


Money Basics Video




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