Business Checking & Savings

Our representatives can help you determine which products will best suit your financial needs.

  • Economy Business Checking
    Designed for businesses with less than 20 debits and/or 20 items deposited per month.
  • Basic Business Checking
    Available with any Business Loan and includes a MasterCard Debit Card.
  • Business Savings
    A statement savings account with variable rate interest and funds transfer options.
  • Commercial Checking
    For any business type with moderate transaction volume of 25 debits or more per month.
  • Corporate Sweep
    Provides the larger incorporated customer with automatic cash management through a transaction account and a tiered variable rate interest account.
  • Bank Rate Investment
    A money market account with tiered variable rate interest and optional check writing.
  • Certificates of Deposit
    Investment options available in a wide range of terms from 7 days to 5 Years.

Other services available include On-line banking, ACH payroll, Merchant MasterCard and Visa, Night Depository and Safe Deposit Boxes. Additional business services are also available through our Lending and Trust departments.

For more information on any of these products and services, please stop in to one of our convenient locations or speak directly to one of our personal representatives at (000) 000-0000.

Commercial Loans

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Advertising can be a vicious cycle. You can’t make a profit from increasing your business if you don’t advertise, and you can’t advertise unless you have the budget from making a profit. As a small business owner or entrepreneur, what are you to do? You can advertise on a limited budget by being creative and utilizing tools you already have.

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3 Financial Tips for Starting a Business

If you’re considering branching out on your own and starting a business, how can you become one of the success stories? Here are three financial tips to keep in mind.

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Do I Owe Quarterly Estimated Taxes?

If you work for yourself, you are responsible for setting aside a portion of your income and sending it to the IRS. Depending on the amount of your income, you must pay these estimated taxes quarterly to avoid paying a penalty. Whether or not you should be paying estimated taxes can be confusing, so we’ll answer some common questions.

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