Commercial and Business Savings

Create the banking experience that fits your needs

Need a rainy-day fund or a place to save for a future capital expense?

For the best security, support, and service, save with us.

  • Traditional Savings – This traditional way to save offers earned interest on daily balances of $100 or more and up to 6 free withdrawals per month.
  • Money Market – Earn a competitive interest rate while maintaining access to your funds when you need them.
  • CD’s – Open a CD and enjoy multiple interest payment options.
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Business Savings

Our traditional account for saving money.

  • $50 minimum to open
  • $3.95 monthly maintenance fee if average monthly balance falls below $100
  • Free quarterly statements
  • $1.95 fee in excess of 6 withdrawals per month
  • Interest is earned on daily collected balance of $100 and above

Money Market

A higher earning interest bearing account for businesses with larger balances and limited transaction usage.

  • $50 minimum to open
  • $9.95 monthly maintenance fee if balance falls below $2,500
  • Earns interest on daily collected balance(s)
  • $9.95 fee in excess of 6 withdrawals/transfers/debits per month
  • Free Visa Business Debit Card
  • Free Bank by Phone

Certificates of Deposit (CDs)

An account with steady, secure fund growth for a fixed time period.

  • $2,000 minimum to open
  • No monthly maintenance fee
  • Fixed rates and flexible terms
  • Ladder your CDs to maximize your earnings
  • Interest accrues daily and is paid monthly
  • Multiple interest payment options
  • Tiered interest rates for higher earning potential

Investing

What are CDs?

  • Looking for steady, stable growth for $2000 or more? Open a CD and enjoy multiple interest payment options. CDs typically pay higher rates than traditional savings accounts but are intended for longer term savings goals as your cash isn’t accessible on demand.
  • A certificate of deposit, or CD, is a type of federally insured savings account that has a fixed interest rate and fixed date of withdrawal, known as a maturity date. A CD is different from a savings account because you are agreeing to leave your money in the bank for a set period of time which can range from a few weeks to several years.

What is CDARs?

CDARS is a network of reliable financial institutions working together to provide you the security of FDIC insurance on investments greater than FDIC’s standard maximum coverage of $250,000. Like traditional CDs, you can choose from a variety of maturities, ranging from 4 weeks to 5 years, and you have the option to ladder your CDs to maximize return.

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