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Business Checking

Get the Flexibility and Control to Manage Your Business Finances

 

You're in control with Business Checking

Manage your finances quickly and easily

Discover Wasatch Peaks Credit Union's Business Account options that will help you start, organize, manage, and grow your business. With full business services to help you manage your finances, you can focus on your attention on serving your customers.

We offer Business Checking, Savings, High Yield Money Market Accounts, Member Business Loans, Business Visa Credit Lines, Merchant Services, Online Banking, QuickBooks, and much more.

To be eligible for Wasatch Peaks Credit Member Business Services, at least one account signer must be eligible to join Wasatch Peaks Credit Union. Membership is open to everyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, or attends school in Weber, Davis, and Morgan Counties.

Business Basic Business Advantage
Monthly Statement Fees Fee waived with e-Statements
$ 2
$ 6
per month
Fee waived with e-Statements
$ 5
$ 7
per month
Features
Free Mobile Banking
Free Mobile Deposit
Free Online Bill Pay
Free Business VISA® Debit Cards
Business Cash Back VISA® (OAC)
Money Market
Certificates
Lines of Credit (OAC)
Merchant Services
Online Features
Free Single-User Online Banking
Multiple Online Banking Users
$2 for each additional user per month.
ACH Origination Capability
$100 one-time charge.
ACH NACHA / Payroll File Uploads
$10 per file.
Online Wire Transfers
$10 per wire transfer
Remote Deposit Capture (scanner at your business)
$25 per month.
Credit Union Sends Checks to Collection Services
$25 per month
 
 

Business Accounts Offered

Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Corporations, For Profit, Non-Profit, Limited Liability Companies (LLC), and Association/Organization Accounts can enjoy the benefits that will deliver business solutions today and into the future.

  • Sole Proprietorship

    For a person with exclusive business ownership. Requires a Social Security Number a Federal Tax Identification Number, State Registration and a Business License.
  • Partnership

    For two or more people contractually associated in a business venture. Requires a Federal Tax Identification Number and Partnership Agreement. Limited partnership agreements are typically required to be filed with the governing state.
  • Corporation (For-profit)

     – For a business owned by stockholders. Requires a Federal Tax Identification Number, Articles of Incorporation filed with the governing state, state registration, and a Business License.
  • Corporation (Non-profit)

     – For an official non-profit corporation. Requires a Federal Tax Identification Number, Articles of Incorporation filed with the governing state, state registration, and a Business License.
  • Limited Liability Company (LLC)

     – For a business owned by members. Requires a Federal Tax Identification Number, Articles of Organization filed with the governing state, state registration, and a Business License.
  • Small Association/Organizational

    For associations, clubs, religious, charitable, and educational entities. Requires a Federal Tax Identification Number or Social Security Number.