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Whether you have an established business or you’re just getting your startup off the ground, United Community Bank can help you find the best checking account for your business needs. We offer flexible, scalable business checking and cash management solutions that can grow along with your company, affording you peace of mind while you concentrate on your organization’s goals.
From startups to midsize businesses to large corporations, we know that every financial situation is different. That’s why our business checking products offer the features to fit your needs. Use our selection tool below to learn which account may be right for you.
Ideal for businesses that average less than 250 monthly combined items or less than $15,000 monthly cash deposited
Ideal for businesses that average between 250 and 500 monthly combined items or have more than $15,000 monthly cash deposited
Ideal for businesses that average more than 500 monthly combined items and maintain $150,000 or more in average deposit balances
All business checking products in the following comparison table will be stated by the screen reader, but based on your preferences, we recommend
1Deposits include minimum daily balance combined from related business checking, CDs and MMDAs for the preceding month.
2Loans include outstanding (i.e. principal) balances from combined business loans.
3Combined items represent checks paid, debit and credit memos, deposit tickets, checks deposited, online bill payments and electronic debits and credits (including debit card transactions).
4“Excess Combined Item Fee” will appear as “Activity Charge” on monthly statement.
5Upon credit approval.
6Fees may apply.
7Requires high speed internet.
8Message and data rates may apply. Fees may apply for certain optional services available through Online and Mobile Banking.