Open one checking account with everything you need. Just 1 Business Checking comes with all the business partnership benefits you expect, plus advantages to make your company more efficient.
- Start with fair fees, and then your first dollars earn interest credit to offset those fees. Your remaining dollars earn interest at money market rates.
- Earn interest at Money Market rates on excess balances, and gain with tiered rates. The higher your balance, the higher your interest rate. (No institutional funds allowed.)
- Eliminate the need for a sweep account. Enjoy an analyzed account; soft charges apply, but may be offset with interest credit. Fees may reduce earnings.
- Simplify your account management. Keep your all your money in one account, and eliminate frequent transfers.
- Minimum $50 deposit required to open a business checking account.
Contact our bankers if you’re ready to open a business checking account with us.
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Protect your business from overdraft charges with an extended line of credit. Add Business Checking Plus to your checking account. With Business Checking Plus, you will:
- Receive automatic advances, limited to your available credit.
- Get a monthly statement with details of the amount advanced, current balance, automatic payments, and remaining available balance.
Contact us to add Business Checking Plus to your business checking account today.
Minimum $50 deposit required to open a business checking account. Rate and margin are subject to change without prior notice. Rates are variable. See our current rate sheet. Interest credit is a monthly non-cash credit to your account that will offset part or all of the service charge. Interest credit is calculated on 90% of the average collected balance maintained for the monthly cycle. Example calculation: $10,000 average collected balance in a month that had a 31-day cycle ($10,000 x 90% x .40%) x 31/365=$3.06 in interest credit. If the average collected balance for the statement cycle on the account is negative, the account will be charged uncollected funds fee of Prime +4%. The uncollected funds fee calculation is: negative average collected balance x Prime + 4% x number of days in statement cycle divided by 365. Example calculation using -$1,000 average collected balance in a month that had a 31-day cycle ($1,000 x 7.25%) x 31/365=$6.16 uncollected funds fee. See current Just 1 fee schedule for complete list of soft charges. Subject to approval.