Perfect for qualifying sole proprietorship and not-for-profit organizations, Business Interest Checking offers a higher level of benefits with the ability to earn interest.
No minimum balance1
250 FREE monthly transaction items2
No monthly maintenance fee1
Up to $10,000 currency deposited per month FREE3
No Dime charges for non-Dime ATM use5
Access to free business debit card, online banking, mobile banking4, bill pay, and e-statements
We understand that every business is unique, and we don’t take the one-size-fits-all approach.
There are so many moving parts to running a restaurant, but nothing is more rewarding than watching people enjoy the food and experience you created. We love our community, so we chose a local bank to grow our business. Dime truly understands us and doesn’t lump us together with everyone else.
Other fees such as for non-sufficient funds, overdraft, etc. may apply. Bank rules and regulations apply. Minimum opening deposit is only $100. Ask us for details.
1There is a $10 monthly maintenance fee if the account does not keep an average monthly balance of $1,500.
2Transaction items include all debits and credits. If the Business Advantage Checking account or Business Interest Checking account exceeds 250 free monthly transactions, the account may be converted to another business checking product or assessed a per item fee as reflected in the Dime's Guide to Business Banking brochure under Schedule of Maintenance Fees.
3Includes coin and currency. If the Business Advantage Checking account or Business Interest Checking account exceeds $10,000 in monthly coin and currency deposits or supplies, the account may be converted to another business checking product.
4Must have Dime Online Banking to use Dime Mobile Banking. Dime Mobile Banking App is available for select mobile devices. Mobile Banking is a free service from Dime. However, your mobile carrier may charge for data and text message usage. Transfer of funds and bill payments from savings and money market accounts are limited to six per monthly statement cycle.
5Other institutions may impose a fee for using their ATM.