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Business Account Rates

Earn competitive returns on your business savings and checking accounts

  • Premier Checking
  • Ltd Savings and Money Market
  • Savings Accounts

Business Premier Checking

Minimum / Terms Dividend Rate Annual Percentage Yield
When daily balance is $400,000 or more 0.20% 0.20%
When daily balance is $150,000 to $399,999 0.15% 0.15%
When daily balance is $75,000 to $149,999 0.10% 0.10%
When daily balance is $20,000 to $74,999 0.05% 0.05%

Rates are effective .

Monthly daily average requirement of $20,000 is required to open the account, earn dividends, and avoid a $25.00 monthly fee.

Rates may change after the account is opened and are subject to change weekly. Funds earn dividends from the first business day of deposit and are compounded daily and posted monthly. Premier Business Checking Account dividends are calculated on the full balance using the highest applicable dividend rate. Accrued dividends are forfeited if account is closed prior to monthly dividend posting. Fees or other conditions may reduce earnings on these accounts. Refer to DCU's Truth-in-Savings Disclosures and Account Agreements and Schedule of Fees and Service Charges.

Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is a figure calculated using a federally-mandated formula. It's designed to help you compare the return you'll get in a uniform way between the certificate, savings, and money market accounts offered at various institutions. It tells you at what percentage your money will grow in one year at the same dividend rate – including the effects of compounding. For example, the APY on a savings account would be what you earned at the end of a year if you made a deposit on the first day of the year, did not add to or subtract from the balance along the way, nor withdrew any dividends.

DCU Ltd Savings Account*

Minimum balance of $25,000 to earn dividends. No minimum to open. Unlimited deposits. One free withdrawal (either as cash or a transfer of funds) per month.

Balance Tiers Dividend Rate Annual Percentage Yield
When daily balance is $25,000 or more 1.00% 1.00%

Rates are effective .

*Rate may change after the account is opened and is subject to change weekly. Funds earn dividends from the first business day of deposit and are compounded daily and posted monthly. Accrued dividends are forfeited if account is closed prior to monthly dividend posting. Fees or other conditions may reduce earnings on these accounts. Refer to DCU's Truth-in-Savings Disclosures and Account Agreements, and Schedule of Fees and Service Charges.

Money Market Savings Account**

$1,000 minimum balance to earn dividends.

Balance Tiers Dividend Rate Annual Percentage Yield
When daily balance is $100,000.00 or more 0.90% 0.90%
When daily balance is $50,000.00 to $99,999.99 0.85% 0.85%
When daily balance is $25,000.00 to $49,999.99 0.75% 0.75%
When daily balance is $10,000.00 to $24,999.99 0.65% 0.65%
When daily balance is $1,000.00 to $9,999.99 0.55% 0.55%

Rates are effective .

**Rates are subject to change weekly. Funds earn dividends from the first business day of deposit and are compounded daily and posted monthly. Money Market dividends are calculated on the full balance using the highest applicable dividend rate. Accrued dividends are forfeited if account is closed prior to monthly dividend posting. Fees or other conditions may reduce earnings. Refer to DCU's Truth-in-Savings Disclosures and Account Agreements and Schedule of Fees and Service Charges.

Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is a figure calculated using a federally-mandated formula. It's designed to help you compare the return you'll get in a uniform way between the certificate, savings, and money market accounts offered at various institutions. It tells you at what percentage your money will grow in one year at the same dividend rate – including the effects of compounding. For example, the APY on a savings account would be what you earned at the end of a year if you made a deposit on the first day of the year, did not add to or subtract from the balance along the way, nor withdrew any dividends.

Savings Accounts*

Account / Minimum / Terms Dividend Rate Annual Percentage Yield
Primary Savings rate on first $1,000 - Minimum $5 balance 5.00% 5.12%**
Primary Savings rate on remaining balance 0.05% 0.05%

Rates are effective .

*Rates may change after the account is opened and are subject to change weekly. Funds earn dividends from the first business day of deposit and are compounded daily and posted monthly. Accrued dividends are forfeited if account is closed prior to monthly dividend posting. Fees or other conditions may reduce earnings on these accounts. Refer to DCU's Truth-in-Savings Disclosures and Account Agreements and Schedule of Fees and Service Charges.

**5.12% APY will be paid on the balance in your account up to the first $1,000.00. A dividend rate of 0.05% will be paid on the remaining balance in your account that exceeds $1,000.00, which will create a blended rate made up of the 5.12% APY and 0.05% APY. For example, a balance of $1,500.00 would earn a blended rate of 3.43% APY. “Blended APY” shown assumes the amount entered is held in the account for one year. Requires a $5.00 minimum balance to open the account and earn the APY.

Member Described Savings Account**

Minimum/Terms Dividend Rate Annual Percentage Yield
Earned on entire balance when $100 or more 0.05% 0.05%

Rates are effective .

**Rates may change after the account is opened and are subject to change weekly. Funds earn dividends from the first business day of deposit and are compounded daily and posted monthly. Accrued dividends are forfeited if account is closed prior to monthly dividend posting. Fees or other conditions may reduce earnings on these accounts. Refer to DCU's Truth-in-Savings Disclosures and Account Agreements and Schedule of Fees and Service Charges.

Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is a figure calculated using a federally-mandated formula. It's designed to help you compare the return you'll get in a uniform way between the certificate, savings, and money market accounts offered at various institutions. It tells you at what percentage your money will grow in one year at the same dividend rate – including the effects of compounding. For example, the APY on a savings account would be what you earned at the end of a year if you made a deposit on the first day of the year, did not add to or subtract from the balance along the way, nor withdrew any dividends.