Business Accounts

THE ADVANTAGE OF HOMETOWN BANKING
MEANS BUSINESS TOO!

YOUR BEST BUSINESS CHECKING OPTION IS RIGHT HERE
In any business, finding the right checking account can really save you time and money, which is just good business right? That's why at Taylor County Bank you'll find a checking account that will make your decision to bank here, the easiest business decision you'll ever have to make.

NO FEES - IT'S FREE BUSINESS CHECKING PLUS!
Now, put all of your money to work and receive:

  • No Minimum Balance 
  • No Monthly Service Charge
  • Free Electronic Check Capture
  • Free Zipper Bags
  • Free Coin Counting
  • No Charge for Change Orders
  • No Item Fees
  • Free Debit Card**

** Fees for designer cards apply. 

Check around town- You won't find a better business checking offer.


OTHER ACCOUNTS:

Big Business Account - If you're one of those businesses where $25,000.00 or more is a common balance, then the Big Business Account may be the best for you. Just maintain a minimum balance of $25,000.00 and there's no fee at all. Fall below the $25,000.00 minimum, and a $25.00 fee will be assessed each statement cycle it remains below the $25,000.00 minimum balance. FREE online banking and bill payment included.

Account Analysis - There are many businesses in our area for whom the best way to keep track of volume and fees, and more importantly to avoid, them is still account analysis. This method tracks your volume, your balances, provides an earnings credit on your balances and provides an analysis each month. Fees may apply. Ask a Customer Service Representative for more information on this account. FREE online banking and bill payment included.

At Taylor County Bank, we want your business account. If you have any questions or need additional information on any of the accounts offered please feel free to contact us for additional information.

Taylor County Bank reserves the right to place a business on Account Analysis if excessive items occur, little or no balances are held or both.


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