It’s about time your bank started treating you like the boss. Business Growth Checking puts you in charge of your banking relationship with benefits for using smart solutions to help you manage and grow your business.
Open a Business Growth Checking account and begin enjoying these benefits:
We will waive the Monthly Maintenance Fee when you make 10 debit card purchases per month, or maintain $2,500 minimum daily balance
First 200 transactions are free each month. $0.35 per transaction after the first 200
There’s no need to use your personal cards to run your business. A VISA® Business Debit Card is included with your account.
Choose from a variety of additional business services including Merchant Card Services, Business Online Banking and Bill Pay, a Business Visa credit card or apply for a business loan to help you manage and grow your business.
When it comes to choosing the best options for your business, our business banking experts can help you select the business checking account and additional services best suited for your needs—allowing you to focus on running your business and controlling your finances. Meet with a Banker or visit your local branch to get started today.
1 If the balance required to avoid the monthly maintenance fee is based on a minimum, you
must maintain the minimum balance each day to avoid the disclosed maintenance fee.
2 Ten debit card transactions must post in the statement cycle to qualify for the monthly maintenance fee waiver.
3 Transactions include deposits, deposited items, checks, withdrawals, ACH credits, and ACH debits.
Please review the Services and Fees Schedule and additional product brochures for fees related to a service.
We'll find a branch near you. You can also visit the locations page or contact us.
There’s no need to use your personal cards to run your business.
Simplify the payment process by having your card sales deposited into your business checking account.
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Umpqua Bank is the successor in interest to Columbia State Bank, doing business as Columbia Bank. You are now banking with Umpqua Bank. Deposits formerly held at Columbia Bank are not separately insured. These deposits are subject to Umpqua Bank’s FDIC deposit insurance coverage.