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No monthly maintenance fees. No transaction limits. No surprises.

Keep more of your nickels and dimes

Why choose Vibrant for business checking

  • No monthly maintenance fees
  • No minimum balance requirements or transaction limits
  • Free online/mobile banking

Keep more of your nickels and dimes

No monthly maintenance fees. No transaction limits. No surprises.
FREE

Online and mobile banking

Balance under $25,000

When you’re just starting out or working a side gig, but want a better way to track revenue and expenses 
 

  • No monthly maintenance fees 

  • No minimum balance requirement 

  • No fees or limits on transactions or deposits

Current Rate

Earn 0.15% APY*

Balance between $25,000-$99,999

When you want to earn interest on your balance without the restrictions of a savings account
 

  • No monthly maintenance fees

  • No minimum balance requirement

  • No fees or limits on transactions or deposits

  • Free online/mobile banking

Current Rate

Earn 0.25% APY*

Balance of $100,000+

When you want the earning potential of a money market without restrictions on monthly transactions
 

  • No monthly maintenance fees

  • No limits on withdrawals or transfers

  • No fees or limits on deposits

  • Free online/mobile banking

Choose a business account that can grow with you

frequently asked questions

  • Yes! Apply online to to begin the account opening process. Our business accounts include 24/7 mobile and online banking, including online bill pay and mobile deposits, either through our website or the Vibrant Business app (available for both Apple and Android devices). You also have access to more than 55,000 fee-free ATMs around the country.

  • No—Vibrant will never charge additional fees based on how often you use our services. 

  • Vibrant business checking is designed for maximum flexibility. Your interest is calculated based on your average daily balance and paid out monthly. 

  • If you’re the sole proprietor of your business (rather than setting your business up as a separate legal entity), you’re not required to maintain separate business and personal accounts—but it’s a good idea to do so. Opening a dedicated business account makes it easier to keep track of your finances for tax purposes. It also enables you to accept more forms of payment, including services like PayPal, ACH bank transfers, paper checks, credit cards, or electronic funds transfer

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