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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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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.

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