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Let's talk about where your business is going, together.

We'll help you find the right business checking account that sets the tone for your financial life.

     

Community Checking Account

This checking account is for nonprofit organizations. You’ll enjoy no minimum balance requirement and no per-check charges.

 


Business Analyzed Checking Account

If your business carries high balances and uses a lot of services with fees, this may be a good business checking choice for you.

 


Business Checking Account

Geared toward small and new business owners, this is the perfect checking account option if you keep a smaller balance and have low transaction levels.

 


Business Dividend Checking Account

If your business makes a lot of transactions and keeps an average checking balance of at least $2,500, this account may be the best for you.

 

documents needed to open a business account

Ready to get started? Find out what docs you'll need to bring based on your business type and make opening your checking account quick and easy.

Sole Proprietorship
  • Business Tax ID Number
  • Valid Picture ID
Club, Recreation
  • Business Tax ID Number
  • Valid Picture ID
  • Board Minutes/Operating Agreement
Partnerships, Corporations, LLC
  • Business Tax ID Number
  • Valid Picture ID
  • Articles of Organization
  • Board Minutes/Operating Agreement
Business Dividend Checking Account
Rates Effective April 18, 2021
Meet
Minimum Balance to Earn APY1 Dividend Rate Annual Percentage Yield
$2,500 0.03% 0.03%
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