Business Checking & Savings

Investing in the Doers of Rural Colorado

Dedicated to the entrepreneurial spirit and drive of rural Colorado, we're hard-bent on building more economic opportunities and innovators in our heritage communities.

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Small Business Checking

For the savvy small business owner with less banking activity and lower account balances.

No minimum balance requirement to avoid service charges. 100 debits included/month, $0.10 for each additional debit in excess of 100.
250 credited items included/month, $0.10 for each additional credited item in excess of 250.
Minimum opening deposit, $100

Commercial Checking with Interest

For established businesses with higher balances and more banking activity. Interest bearing, with tiers based on balance.

Earns interest. Tiered interest based on minimum balance. No service charge as long as balance does not fall below $1,000. If balance falls below $1,000, there is a service charge of $25/month. 200 debits included/month, $0.10 for each additional debit in excess of 200. 300 credited items included/month, $0.10 for each additional credited item in excess of 300.
Minimum opening deposit, $1,000

Non-Profit Checking

For a non-profit entity, with limited check activity and low account fees.

Service charge of $5/month if balance falls below $100. 100 debits included/month, $.07 for each additional debit in excess of 100.
250 credited items included/month, $.07 for each additional credited item in excess of 250.
Minimum opening deposit, $100

Business Savings

For the business looking to save more and earn more interest.

Earns interest. If balance falls below $100 during a month, there is a $2 fee.
This account can have six (6) debits per month at no charge; $2 for each debit in excess of six (6) per month.
Minimum opening deposit, $100




Use our convenient online application to apply for a checking or savings account.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PROCEDURES FOR OPENING A NEW ACCOUNT
 
To help the US Government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial
institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account.

What this means for you:  When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information
that will allow us to identify you.  We may also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents.‚Äč