Business Certificates of Deposit

Get a guaranteed, fixed rate on your savings at some of our highest yields.

Guaranteed growth with minimal risk—your business deserves it

If you don’t need access to your savings right away, a business certificate of deposit can be a great way to increase your earnings. When your term is up, you can choose to cash out your CD or renew it for a new term.

  • Minimum $500 investment
  • Six-month, one-year, or two-year terms
  • No monthly maintenance fees
  • No fee with eStatements1
  • Federally insured by the NCUA

Track your cash flow in real time

We know you’re busy—business banking is at your fingertips with our mobile app, available on the App Store® and Google Play™.

  • Free check deposit
  • Free online bill pay to any company in the U.S.
  • Stop payment on checks
  • Export data to your accounting software
  • Set up account alerts
  • Keep tabs on your account activity
  • View up to 36 months of eStatements

Explore our other business accounts


Business Savings Account

With just a $5 minimum deposit, you get a great rate and easy access to your money. Plus, there’s no minimum balance to earn dividends and no monthly maintenance fee.


Business Money Market

Earn a great rate that gets even better with higher balances, all while keeping your money easily accessible.


Business Checking

We have an account that works for your business, whether you’re just starting out or building an enterprise. Use our comparison tool to find the account that’s right for you.


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