Business Money Market Accounts

Business Money Market Account Highlights
  • Tiered, variable interest rate that is compounded daily and credited monthly

  • Earn a competitive interest rate on your funds

  • Safe and secure; FDIC-insured

  • Low $2,500 average daily balance to avoid a $10 monthly fee

  • Up to six checks per statement cycle1

  • Link your account to any Dime Business Banking checking account and make fast, easy transfers online or by phone

  • The minimum deposit required to open a Business Money Market Account is $100

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1The number and amount of withdrawals or transfers you make in-person at our branches or by mail, are unlimited. During your statement cycle, you may also make up to 6 transfers or payments in the aggregate, via check (if applicable), pre-authorized withdrawal, Telephone Automated Banking Services (TABS), automatic transfers, Online Banking, or at Point-of-Sale (POS) terminal using your Dime card.

Fees may reduce the earnings on this account. Bank rules and regulations apply. Deposits are insured to the maximum amount allowed by law.