Business Checking

Business in the United States has been taking hits for many years and financing is a problem that not only our country faces, but our businesses have been facing it as well. Earn interest for your firm by opening accounts with us and make your money work for you.

If you are looking to start a business or increase your business' capital, call us for our loan services. Helping your business grow is a top concern of ours. Your business is the life force of the local economy and helping you helps our economy grow and develop.

Having money ready to go could make or break a business deal. At Community State Bank, we want your money to be there for you at a moment's notice.

With every new Business Checking account you will receive a FREE Debit Card, FREE Online Banking and Bill Pay, FREE Mobile Banking, FREE eStatements to include check images or a paper statement, four FREE non-CSB ATM transactions per month*!

Also, call (574)-643-9555 to receive information about our rates on checking accounts so your money earns its worth.

*Bring in the receipt from ATM transaction and we will refund the fee charged by the other financial institution, up to 4 per month.


Simply Free Business Checking

Perfect for most businesses!

  • No minimum balance
  • No monthly service charge
  • Unlimited FREE monthly transaction items
  • Unlimited currency deposited per month FREE

Premium Business Interest Checking

Perfect for qualifying sole proprietorships and not-for-profit organizations!

  • Competitive interest rate
  • Ulimited FREE monthly transaction items
  • Only $1,500 minimum balance to avoid a low monthly fee of $6
  • Unlimited currency deposited per month FREE

To assist in opening your new account, we may request the following:

Sole Proprietor

  • SSN or TIN of Owner

 

Limited Liability Company (LLC)

  • TIN of LLC
  • Articles or Organization
  • Operating Agreement

Partnership

  • TIN of Partnership
  • Partnership Agreement
  • Certificate of Partnership

Not-For-Profit Organization

  • TIN of Organization
  • If incorporated, follow corporation guidelines
  • If tax-exempt, authorization letter

Corporation

  • TIN of Corporation
  • Articles of Incorporation