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First Internet Bank of INBusiness Regular Savings1 Review0.60%--$60.00
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Presidential Bank (MD)Commercial Premier Savings5 Reviews0.50%-$35k$50.00
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Capital One 360Business Savings Account12 Reviews0.40%--$40.00
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Zions BankBusiness Internet Savings - Relationship11 Reviews0.30%$2,500-$30.00
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Heritage BankBusiness HeritageDirect Savings0.25%$1k-$25.00
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National Bank of Kansas CityBusiness Savings Account0.25%$5k-$25.00
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NewDominion BankIOLTA Account0.25%--$25.00
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Goldwater BankBusiness Savings - AZ Only1 Review0.20%$100-$20.00
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Northern Bank & Trust CompanyNorthern Business Investment Savings0.20%$5k-$20.00
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Pacific Community Credit UnionBusiness Platinum Savings - Base Rate1 Review0.15%--$15.00
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City National BankBusiness Reward Savings4 Reviews0.15%$100-$15.00
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Citizens State Bank (FL)Business Savings3 Reviews0.15%$100-$15.00
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Ouachita Independent BankOIB Business Savings3 Reviews0.15%--$15.00
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Bank of Blue ValleyBusiness Classic Savings Account3 Reviews0.10%--$10.00
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Mountain America Credit UnionBusiness Primary Savings7 Reviews0.10%$100-$10.00
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Patriot BankBusiness Savings4 Reviews0.10%$100-$10.00
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Affinity Credit UnionBusiness Savings5 Reviews0.10%--$10.00
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Amalgamated BankBusiness Savings1 Review0.10%--$10.00
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The Jacksonville BankBusiness Savings1 Review0.10%--$10.00
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NASA Federal Credit UnionBusiness Savings2 Reviews0.10%--$10.00
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Amegy BankBusiness Savings 5 Reviews0.10%--$10.00
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First National Bank (LA)Business Savings Account3 Reviews0.10%$100-$10.00
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Credit Union Of New JerseyBusiness Share Account1 Review0.10%$10k-$10.00
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ViewPoint Bank, National AssociationPinnacle Fund41 Reviews0.10%$10k-$10.00
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Pacific Mercantile BankBusiness Basic Savings6 Reviews0.05%$250-$5.00
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Wells Fargo BankBusiness High Yield Savings193 Reviews0.05%--$5.00
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First Technology Federal Credit UnionBusiness Instant Access10 Reviews0.05%--$5.00
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Xceed Financial Credit UnionBusiness Savings9 Reviews0.05%$100-$5.00
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Great Lakes Credit UnionBusiness Savings6 Reviews0.05%$1k-$5.00
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Univest Bank and Trust Co.Business Statement Savings1 Review0.05%$100-$5.00
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The Farmers BankCommercial Preferred Savings Account0.05%$50-$5.00
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OneUnited BankUNITY Choice Savings1 Review0.05%$1k-$5.00
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Comerica BankBusiness Savings Account10 Reviews0.03%--$3.00
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American BankBusiness Statement Savings3 Reviews0.03%--$3.00
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KeyBankKey Business Saver25 Reviews0.02%$2,500-$2.00
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Webster BankWebster Business Value Savings9 Reviews0.02%$500-$2.00
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Business Savings Accounts Trend

Business Savings Accounts

Business savings accounts help small businesses and organizations manage their finances. As cash management technologies continue to progress, these accounts will help managers and owners operate more efficiently and effectively as they handle payments and pay for expenses. Business checks, business ATM cards, and online banking are a few features that usually come standard with these accounts. Click the plus button to the left of the institution’s name in the rate table above to check out account requirements and features that come with a particular offering.

Opening a Business Savings Account

If you own any type of business with a tax ID, you’re most likely eligible for a business savings account – that includes corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), sole proprietorships, partnerships, non-profits and other small organizations. However, depending on the type of business, you may have to go into a physical branch to open an account, as opposed to opening one up online. Telemarketing, precious metal dealers, gambling operations, and government organizations are a few examples of business types that banks will generally require you to be physically present to open.

Most account offerings have minimum balance requirements in order to avoid a monthly fee and come with a limited number of free transactions. There are a few things to consider based on the size of your business. For FDIC or NCUA insured institutions, each account is protected up to $250,000 per depositor, per bank or credit union.

Business Money Market Alternative

Another thing to consider before opening a business savings account is whether a business money market might be a better business account option. Though very similar as far as function goes, sometimes a money market may offer a higher rate of interest on the funds in the account, and also may come with higher maximums on account balances.

Maintain a Good Relationship with the Institution

Another thing to consider before opening a business savings account is whether a business money market might be a better business account option. Though very similar as far as function goes, sometimes a money market may offer a higher rate of interest on the funds in the account, and also may come with higher maximums on account balances.