Switching to Bank Iowa Is Easy! 
 
Interested in switching your accounts to Bank Iowa, but not sure how to get started?  Follow these simple steps to help make your transition quick and easy. 
 
1. Open a checking account at Bank Iowa. 
Stop by a local Bank Iowa to open your account or apply now online. 
 
2. Stop using your old account. 
Stop using your former account as soon as possible. Be sure to leave sufficient funds in your old account until all of your checks have cleared and any automatic withdrawals have been successfully transferred to Bank Iowa. 
 
3. Change your direct deposits and automatic payments. 
Once your new account is open, it's simple to move all banking activity to your new Bank Iowa account. Use our forms to help you change your direct deposits and automatic withdrawals or automatic payment services. Also remember to switch over any companies that use your old debit card number, such as automatic payments made online. 
 
Direct deposit form.  Automatic payment form.  
 
4. Close your old account. 
Make sure all outstanding checks and debits have cleared before closing your old account. If after all your account activity has cleared and you have a remaining balance, your old bank should provide you with a check. Once you close your account at the other institution, remember to shred or destroy any old checks for security purposes, or bring them to one of our locations and we would be happy to shred them for you. 


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