Account Registration  |  External Transfer  |  Budgeting  |  Quicken  |  TurboTax


More than just an Online Banking system

The new iSky comes with a more robust online bill payment system, a brand new mobile banking app, and new tools such as data storage for your important documents and secure messaging to the member service representatives. But most importantly, the new iSky provides us the flexibility to make constant improvements, so we can provide you with the latest technology to help you manage your money.

Accessing your account in the new iSky

Account Registration

Before you can log into the new iSky, you will need to register your iSky account and create a new username and password. It takes just a couple of minutes. Once you've completed your registration, you can log into the new iSky Mobile app or mobile website.

External Transfer

All previously scheduled or recurring transfers between SkyOne and your other financial institution will need to be re-established in our new system.

Set up your funds transfer to your outside accounts in the new iSky. Simply go to the" Transfer" menu and select "External Transfers" to set it up. It's quick and easy.

Budgeting

Log into iSky and click on the “Budgeting” menu tab to track your spending on your SkyOne accounts.

Initially, the new iSky has a budgeting and expense tracking tool that enables you to manage your SkyOne accounts only. Later this year, you will be able to add your outside accounts into your iSky budgeting tool.

Quicken

First, de-activate your SkyOne account within Quicken. Then, log into the new iSky system to re-establish Quicken for your SkyOne account.
Here's how:

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TurboTax

All your previous TurboTax history will be available at www.TurboTax.com. To access your information, it takes just a few easy steps to retrieve your TurboTax user access information. Here's how.

    Your savings are federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government.