Wauchula State Bank works hard to give you a world of resources, all with a local community touch.
The My Money Program, created by the Florida Department of Financial Services, is a comprehensive and inclusive financial literacy program and resource clearinghouse for individuals with developmental disabilities, as well as their family members and caregivers.
Learning about money is important at all ages.Learn More
Start working toward your financial goals early.Learn More
Our Financial Answers Center offers financial education at your fingertips.Learn More
Wauchula State Bank proudly supports our communities in Hardee, Highlands, and Polk Counties.Learn More
Setting up direct deposit? Starting to make online payments? Get the information you need.Learn More
Want to know how to do something right now? Want to learn more about our products and services? Get answers to frequently asked questions.Learn More
Banking online is easy. Start learning how to do it by watching helpful videos.Learn More
Learn about the steps you can take to make your computer and personal information more secure.Learn More
The arrival of hurricane season in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic requires us all to be doubly vigilant. You’ll be hearing a lot about hurricane preparedness when it comes to protecting yourself and your loved ones in terms of shelter, safety and supplies. Researchers are predicting 19 named storms this year, and FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) has posted some important operational guidelines on its website (fema.gov).Learn More
Criminals often take advantage of uncertain times, leading to an increase in fraudulent activity. Please remember, we will never call you to ask you to provide or verify your full account number, username, password, debit card number, unique PIN or Social Security number. If you receive a call from someone requesting this information, even if the caller ID looks like it is coming from the bank, immediately hang up and report it to our Customer Care Team at 844-287-4225.Learn More
Back in the day, when your father or mother would give you a dollar, they might offer this cautionary advice: “Don’t spend it all at once,” or “don’t spend it all in one place.”Learn More
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