At Work for You Program

Financial Solutions for Your Employees

Employer Benefits

We are happy to offer this complimentary program to benefit your employees. This is a great way to show your employees that you care about them and their financial needs!

These are benefits that you can offer your employees as part of their orientation benefit package.

You will always have a Security Federal Savings Bank employee that will be able to present to your employees.


We offer a wide range of benefits to fulfill your employees’ financial needs, including:

  • Education
    • Budgeting Classes
    • How to Save
    • How to purchase your first home
    • Building Credit
    • Investment Workshops
  • Savings on Mortgage closing costs
  • First overdraft fee refunded
  • Get your paycheck 1 day early*

Additional Perks

Access to surcharge-free ATMs nationwide with our ATM partnership.

Instant issue debit card when you open your account. Lose your card? No more waiting for a replacement in the mail. Come in and we will print a new card on the spot! 

Mobile Check Deposit. Deposit your check from the Security Federal mobile app by taking a picture on your smartphone.

Free online bill pay as part of our online and mobile banking.

Why We're Different

We are committed to you and your employees. Our goal is to develop a lasting relationship that allows us to become your most trusted solution for all of your financial needs.

Customer service is of the utmost importance. With the At Work for You program, we provide special offers on things like mortgage closing costs and more. 

Whether you are a customer of ours or not, we are happy to help provide financial solutions for your employees’ needs. We’d love to help you with your business needs, but that is not a requirement for the At Work for You Program.

*Get Your Paycheck 1 Day Early. Early access to direct deposit funds depends on the timing of the submission of the payment file from the payer. We generally make these funds available shortly after the payment file is received, which may be 1 day earlier than the scheduled payment date.