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Business Interest Checking Business & Ag

Available to all types of businesses and non-profit organizations

The Business Interest Checking Account is an option for businesses, municipalities and non-profit organizations looking to earn competitive interest on their balance and still have account flexibility with 1,000 FREE monthly transaction items.1 This is a tiered interest rate account. By maintaining a daily balance of $5,000 or more, you will receive a higher interest rate and avoid the low $9 monthly fee.

Business checking account features

Every new business checking account includes:

  • FREE Debit Card with contactless payment options
  • FREE Online Banking
  • FREE Online Statements
  • FREE Bill Pay
  • FREE Mobile Banking with Mobile Check Deposit
  • Buy Back of your unused checks and debit cards from another financial institution2

Additional services available with your account

Ask our Business Banking Team for more information on these helpful tools. Fees may apply.

Open your Business Interest Checking Account today

Our Relationship Banking Team is happy to recommend the best business checking account for you and walk you through the process of opening your new account.

Other fees such as overdraft or returned item fees may apply. See our Common Features Schedule for details. Bank terms and conditions, and regulations apply. Minimum opening deposit is only $50. Ask us for details.

1Transaction items include all debits, credits and items processed per cycle. If the Fantastic Free Business Checking or Business Interest Checking account exceeds 1,000 free monthly transactions, the account may be converted to another checking product.

2Up to $10 for checks and debit cards from another financial institution given at the time the checks/debit cards are presented.

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