Wire Transfer

A wire transfer is generally a same day movement of funds from one financial institution to another if the wire is initiated prior to 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

Outgoing Wire Transfer

To wire funds from your account to another financial institution, the following information is required:

    • The ABA (bank routing) number of the financial institution receiving the wire.
  • The name, address and phone number of that financial institution.
  • The account number of the person/company receiving the wire.
  • The name, address and phone number of the person/company the wire is going to.

There is a fee for an outgoing wire to another bank in the United States.

Fees for an outgoing wire to a bank outside the United States vary. Bookkeeping will quote the current rate at the time the wire is initiated.

Incoming Wire Transfer

Following is the information to give someone to wire funds to your account:

Receiver Financial Institution ABA 075912479
Receiver Financial Institution Name Bankers’ Bank of Madison
Receiver Financial Institution Address 7700 Mineral Point Rd
Madison WI 53717
Beneficiary Financial Institution ABA 074905319
Beneficiary Financial Institution Address Home National Bank
117 E Main Street
Thorntown IN 46071
Beneficiary/For Further Credit Customer Account Number
Beneficiary/For Further Credit Information Customer Name
Customer Address
Customer Phone Number

There is a fee for an incoming wire. The fee is deducted from the amount of the wire.

Failure to follow these instructions may result in the wire being delayed or returned to the sender. Please contact us for assistance.

Safe Deposit Boxes

Need a safe place to keep important family documents, jewelry, savings bonds? Safe Deposit Boxes of various sizes are available at both Home National Bank locations.

Size Rental Per Year Location
3 x 5 $20.00 Lebanon & Thorntown
5 x 5 $25.00 Thorntown
3 x 10 $30.00 Lebanon & Thorntown
5 x 10 $40.00 Lebanon & Thorntown
10 x 10 $65.00 Lebanon

See a Customer Service Representative to get more information about available safe deposit boxes.

Stop Payment

A Stop Payment may be placed on a check that has not yet cleared a checking account. There is a fee for a Stop Payment. A Stop Payment order is valid for 6 months.

To place a Stop Payment, contact us with the following information:

  • Check Number
  • Amount of the Check
  • To Whom the Check Was Written

A Stop Payment order must be signed by the customer for it to be valid. These documents may be faxed or mailed.

For information about a Stop Payment on an electronic payment, please contact us.

Forms & Applications

For your convenience, we provide several applications to assist you in your financial planning.

Loan Applications

Credit Card Application

Direct Deposit Form

Employment Application