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FINANCIAL RELIEF FOR YOUR BUSINESS

We know that as a business owner, you have to prioritize the safety of your employees and the community as a whole - and we understand that this comes with a financial impact on your organization. We're here for you.

Learn more about current relief options available.

Bounce that idea off us, boss. We're here to help.

It doesn’t matter if you’re saving up for new machinery or if you’re just looking for a secure place to keep your profits, Summit has three ways for your business to save.

     

Business Savings Account

A business savings account is best if you want to earn dividends and usually keep a balance less than $2,500.

  • All it takes to open an account is a $5 deposit
  • You'll earn dividends on balances of $25 or more
  • Enjoy access to your money whenever you want
  • There are no monthly fees or minimum balance charges

 


Business Certificate

It’s a simple secure way to invest your business’ money with a greater return than a typical savings account.

  • You make a single deposit and the longer the term, the higher the dividend rate
  • Open a business certificate with as little as $500
  • Choose a savings term from 3- to 60-months

 


Business Money Market Account

Access your cash and earn a higher dividend rate than a business savings account to make the most of your money.

  • Open a business money market account with $2,500 or more
  • No ongoing minimum balance requirement or withdrawal fees
  • Access to your cash whenever you need it – just like a checking account
  • Plus, your money is insured for up to $250,000

 

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Want to help your employees
get on track to a better financial future?

Financial Wellness for Employees by Summit can make a difference.

We believe the right tools and support can put everyone on the path to a more secure financial future. And that’s why we created the Financial Wellness for Employees by Summit program. Find out how this program can make a difference for your organization.

LEARN HOW

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