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BUSINESS CHECKING WITH INTEREST

An interest-bearing account option for businesses 

WHAT YOU GET

  • .25% (.0025) cash back on eligible signature-based POS debit card transactions1
  • FREE 200 transactions (checks paid, deposits, deposited items, etc.) per monthly cycle – Per Transaction Fee applies to transactions over 2002
  • FREE Business Debit MasterCard®
  • FREE ProvidentConnect for Business Online Banking with Bill Payment3
  • 24-Hour Telephone Banking
  • Overdraft Privilege Options:
    • Automatic transfer from a Provident Checking or Statement Savings Account with the same title
    • Business Line of Credit

not Qualification Requirements

  • Minimum balance to open: $50.00
  • Minimum average monthly balance: $2,500.004
  • Monthly service fee: $10.00
  • Minimum balance to earn interest: $50.00

1Cash Back rewards credited to your account will equal the total amount of eligible signature-based point-of-sale transactions posted to and cleared through your Provident Business Checking with Interest account each statement period multiplied by a factor of 0.25% (.0025). This Cash Back rewards factor is variable and may change at our discretion. To be eligible, qualifying point-of-sale signature-based transactions must be posted to and cleared through your Provident Business Checking with Interest account as of the last business day of the statement period. Cash Back rewards will be redeemed, deposited and available on the first business day of the following statement period. 2Business Checking with Interest account includes 200 free transactions per statement period, with 12 statement periods per year. Free transactions include checks paid, deposited items, debits and credits. Fees will apply if the transaction limit is exceeded. 3Does not include Cash Management accounts and services. Ask for details. 4A $2,500 minimum average daily balance is required. If minimum average daily balance is not met in a statement period, a $10 minimum balance penalty fee will be assessed.

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