Give your business a boost
When you sign up for one of our business checking accounts, you’ll get a debit card that works anywhere, plus access to thousands of free ATMs. We have multiple accounts available, so you can pick one tailor-made for your business size and needs.
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You want to choose a partner that will give you more bang for your buck. According to WalletHub, Credit unions provide over seven times more value than regional banks and 15 times more value than national banks when it comes to checking accounts.
In 2019 we were among 25 local businesses recognized for offering the “Best in Value” and helping people “get the most out of their money” by the St. Louis Small Business Monthly.
You'll get a business-branded Visa® debit card that lets you make purchases almost anywhere. Order one online or get an instant-issue card at any of our branches.
Withdraw cash for your business without the fees. Our CO-OP network of free ATMs gives you access to more than 250 local and 30,000 U.S. ATMs – many more than the biggest banks offer.
Do you frequently get checks for your business? Now you won't have to come into a branch every time you receive one. Use mobile check deposit on the Arsenal app.
We offer three different business checking accounts. Choose the one that's right for you based on the number of transactions your business performs each month.
|Business Checking I||Business Checking II||Business Checking III|
|Transactions per month||Up to 200||Up to 500||More than 500|
|Per transaction fee||25 cents per transaction in excess of 200||50 cents per transaction in excess of 500||10 cents per transaction|
|Monthly fee||None||$20 or waived with ADB of $5,000+||None|
|Earns dividends||No||On ADB* of $500+||On ADB of $2,500+|
|Minimum ADB required||None||$5,000||None|
*ADB=Average Daily Balance
- Always use permanent ink when writing checks rather than pencils or erasable ink pens.
- Make out a check to a name, not "cash" so someone else can't cash that check.
- Draw a line after the name of the party who's supposed to get the money.
- Print numbers as close as possible to the preprinted dollar sign.
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