Preferred Business Checking

You’ve paid your dues—now it’s time to scale up.

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Level up your business checking

You’ve built something amazing. It’s time to treat yourself (and your cash flow). Our Preferred Business Checking account offers: 

  • Dividends on your balance1, 2 
  • Unlimited monthly transactions 
  • Up to $10,000 in cash processing per month—free 
  • One free, additional checking account 
  • Free checks, up to $99 per year 
  • 24/7 access to your account through online and mobile banking

Want to skip the monthly service fee?

When you maintain just one of these balances during your statement cycle, you can avoid the $20 monthly service fee for your Preferred Business Checking account.

  • A minimum daily collected balance of $2,500 or more 
  • An average monthly balance of $5,000 
  • A combined average monthly collected balance of $20,000 in your checking, savings, money market, or CD accounts 

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 

Take a look at our other business checking accounts


Primary Business Checking

Stay on top of your cash flow with our simplest business checking account. It’s great for small businesses with a moderate number of transactions and a lower monthly balance.


Corporate Plus Business Checking

Our highest-earning business checking account, with tiered, high-yield interest rates, unlimited monthly transactions, and up to $10,000 in cash processing per month.


Not-for-Profit Business Checking

Our most affordable business checking account is designed especially for homeowners associations, foundations, social advocacy groups, and other organizations.


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1Dividends on checking accounts are variable and are subject to change after the account is opened.

2See Business Deposit Account Interest Rate & Fee Disclosure for specifics.