Business Checking Accounts from Members Exchange
At Members Exchange, helping with your business is our business. We focus on developing lasting relationships with our business members and offer a variety of products and services designed to help your business find success.
Open a Business Checking Account
Business Primary Savings
The first business account you open at Members Exchange is a primary savings account. Your initial deposit of $1.00 will remain in your business account as long as you are a member.
- Establishes your Credit Union membership
- Maintains your rights and privileges as a Credit Union business member
- Ensures your eligibility to apply for all Credit Union business products and services
Business Money Market
Once your business savings account has been established, you then have the option of adding additional services. Maintain the liquidity of your deposits and realize a higher return with our business money market account.
- Maximize interest earnings on liquid deposits without time restrictions
- Tiered interest pays higher rates on larger balances
- Money Market – minimum opening deposit of $2,500.00
Lock in a fixed interest rate for a specified period of time and earn the highest rate of return on your investments. See our current rates for more information.
- High return on your investment
- $500 minimum deposit
- Terms up to 5 years
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If you have questions about our Business services, please contact us.