Checking Accounts

It’s nice to have options so you can run your business, your way.

Basic Commercial Checking

Who needs an account filled with frills? Sometimes it’s nice to keep it simple.

Interest
BasicBusinessChecking APY1
Minimum to open
$50.00
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Minimum $50 to open account

Monthly $7 fee; waived when minimum balance is met

Minimum balance $500; or combined deposit accounts of $3,0002

Commercial debit card available

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Free Online and Mobile Banking

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Premier Commercial Checking

Creating an amazing business isn't easy, but we believe in you. 

Interest
PremierBusinessChecking APY1
Minimum to open
$50.00
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Minimum $50 to open account.

Monthly $10 fee; waived when minimum balance is met

Minimum balance $1,000; or combined deposit accounts of $5,0002

Commercial debit card available

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Free Online and Mobile Banking

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Commercial Interest Checking

Busy is your middle name, but there's always time to earn a little more cash. 

Interest
BusinessInterestChecking APY1
Minimum to open
$50.00
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Minimum $50 to open account

Monthly $25 fee; waived when minimum balance is met

Minimum balance $5,000; or combined deposit accounts of $30,0002

Interest earned on monthly balances greater than $5,0003

Commercial debit card available

Create a personalized debit card with QuikCard

Free Online and Mobile Banking

View fee schedule for per item fee

Download Commercial Account Checklist

1 APY = Annual Percentage Yield. Rates as of UniversalBusinessEffectiveDate and are subject to change.

2The qualifying Deposit Accounts include all Savings, Checking, Certificates of Deposit, and Money Markets.

3The average daily balance is calculated by adding the balance at the end of each day during your statement cycle and dividing it by the number of days in that cycle. Business must be located in the United States.