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Business Checking FAQs

Yes, you can print a copy of a check via Interra Online Banking. 

Yes, if applicable.

Yes, all rates on dividend earning Business Checking accounts may change at Interra Credit Union’s discretion.

$100.00 on all accounts except the Business Plus which requires $1,000.

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Business Checking

Business Checking

Interra offers checking programs for your unique business needs.

Stop by any Interra office or contact Interra's business team to get started or open your account today!

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Business Checking Accounts at Interra Credit Union

  Business Classic Checking Business Plus Checking Business Premier Checking Community Nonprofit Checking
Which account is best for my business need? A simple, low maintenance account Ideal for high transaction volume A high-powered account, using Treasury Management Services For a variety of community accounts1
Account Features
Minimum balance None required2 $10,000.003 None required2 None required2
Number of transactions at no charge 250 500 0 150
Per transaction charge over maximum $0.30 $0.30 Contact Treasury Management Services for information regarding specific fees. $0.30
Monthly service fee None $15.004 None
Earn dividends No Yes Earnings credit No
  1. For nonprofit organizations, including charitable, educational, religious, philanthropic, political or other related eligible organizations.
  2. $100.00 minimum balance to open the account.
  3. $1,000 minimum balance to open the account.
  4. Monthly fee waived if:
    • Minimum monthly ledger balance is at least $10,000 or
    • Utilize ACH or RDC services
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