Built for convenience and supported by superior customer service, United Business Savings accounts offer competitive features to meet the needs of your business today – and the flexibility to grow with it tomorrow.
Starting with a minimum opening deposit of $50, United Platinum Savings pays competitive rates while offering flexibility and easy access to your funds. Best of all, there’s no minimum balance requirement and no monthly maintenance fee.
Minimum Opening Deposit $50
No Minimum Balance Requirement
$5 excessive withdrawal fee for each withdrawal in excess of 6 per month per item*
Competitively tiered rate structure
Optional ATM card
*Limited items include transfers by telephone, computer, ACH, wire transfer, or any pre authorized or automatic transfers.
Our United Super Money Market Account offers the liquidity to access your funds easily, competitive tiered rates, a convenient United Bank check card and free online banking. With unlimited deposits, up to six monthly withdrawals (phone/computer/ACH/transfer) and unlimited withdrawals or transfers in person, our United Super Money Market gives you the flexibility to keep pace with your business.
One of our easiest ways to save toward your financial goals, Certificates of Deposit are available in a wide variety of maturities ranging from 1 month to 5 years and earn interest based on market rates. Accrued interest may be paid quarterly, semi-annually, annually or at maturity, and can be automatically credited to your United account or delivered to you.
For our business clients exceeding traditional FDIC insurance limits, we offer our Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service (CDARS® ). CDARS is a safe, convenient service through which we place your large CD deposits into smaller-denomination CDs at multiple institutions. Your total deposit can be eligible for full FDIC insurance coverage up to $50 million or more. You can manage all of your CD investments through United Bank, and a monthly consolidated statement is provided detailing the issuing banks, maturity dates, interest rate and interest earned year-to-date.