A carpenter in his shop working on a new wooden chair.

High Yield Business Money Market Accounts

Business Money Market

 

A carpenter in his shop working on a new wooden chair.

Business Money Market

Maximize your earnings without losing access to your funds.

Business Money Market account (MMA) is ideal for earning higher dividends while maintaining access to funds for new expenses or emergencies. You have the flexibility of writing checks or using your business debit card to withdraw funds at the ATM.

  • Earn dividends when you maintain $5,000 minimum daily balance in your account
  • Earn even more dividends with our tiered rate structure
  • $5,000 minimum to open an account
  • Pay no service fee with a daily minimum balance of $5,000
  • Unlimited deposits and unlimited ATM and in-person transactions
  • Free check orders with the account*
  • Account access via Online Banking
Open a Business Money Market Account Today

Skip a branch visit. Inquire now with our short form, or contact our Business Services Team.

Already a SESLOC Business Member?

See our FAQs and helpful how-to's for Business Online Banking »

Your Money is Safe at SESLOC. Accounts are insured to at least $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. government agency.  Learn more »

Business Tips

From the News+ Blog

Make it a Habit to Review Your Business Account

Make it a Habit to Review Your Business Account

Experts say it can take as little as three weeks to form a habit, and if you own or operate a business, make it a daily habit to check your account(s) activity in online banking. Review debits and credits as they occur so you can catch any fraudulent checks, duplicate check numbers or unauthorized ACH debits.

read more
7 Ways to Use a Business Revolving Line of Credit

7 Ways to Use a Business Revolving Line of Credit

For businesses that find their cash flow isn’t a steady stream month-after-month, a Revolving Line of Credit (RLOC) is a valuable tool. This loan helps smooth cash flow fluctuations due to inventory needs, timing of accounts receivable or seasonality of a business.

read more
Back to top