Business Relationship Savings Account
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Get Rewarded With a Business Savings Account
Whether you want to simply start putting money aside for the future or you have a specific business goal in mind, a Fifth Third Business Savings Account makes it easy to start saving money. Our Business Relationship Savings Solutions reward your loyalty with tiered interest rates that allow you to earn more as your balance grows. Learn more and schedule an appointment with Fifth Third Bank.
- Get 100 free deposits and 3 free withdrawals per month2
- No monthly maintenance fee
- Tiered interest rates to help you earn more as your balance grows3
- Your business gets rewarded with features such as a Relationship Interest Rate1 paid when you also have a Business Premium Checking® Account or a Business Elite Checking® Account
- Check-writing privileges
Business Relationship Savings Account Requirements
- The business entity owning the Business Relationship Savings account must be the same business entity owning the Fifth Third Business Premium or Business Elite Checking account.
- No minimum deposit is required to open a Business Relationship Savings account, however, your account must be funded within 45 days of opening.
- Closed accounts will be charged a $50 fee. If an account is closed before interest is credited, you will not receive any accrued interest.
- If you carry an average daily collected balance of $3,000, there will be no fee–otherwise, a paper statement fee of $3 will be charged.
Compare Business Savings Accounts
Curious if another business savings account might be right for you? While a Business Relationship Savings account allows you to earn higher yields with higher balances, along with a relationship interest rate and check-writing access—a Business Savings account is ideal for business customers with short-term savings and investment needs. Plus, it can be used as collateral for a loan. To learn more about other business savings accounts offered by Fifth Third Bank, explore our Business Savings Solutions.
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