Small Business Checking

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Benefits of Small Business Checking

  • No minimum balance or monthly fee

    No other hidden fees either

  • Make unlimited transactions

    Because you shouldn’t have to pay to run your own business

  • Get reimbursed up to $10 per month in ATM fees

    We’ll cover the ATM fees charged by other banks

  • Earn 0.70% APY (annual percentage yield) with an average daily balance above $10,000

    Take advantage of competitive interest

Rates last updated 7/21/2020. Rates are subject to change on any day and will be updated by 10:00 AM EST. Please be sure to check this page after 10:00 AM EST for the rate that will be honored today. Fees may reduce earnings on account. The period used to calculate average daily balance for the Amplify Checking account is monthly. For additional information, visit our Disclosures page.

Complete your application in just minutes

It’s quick, it’s easy and it’s all online so you can focus on what matters most — growing your business

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Here is what you will need to have handy:

  • Government-issued ID for all signers (driver’s license, passport, state ID card, military ID card)
  • Name of authorized signers and beneficial owner(s)
  • Legal documents for the business

See what our customers have to say

"First Internet Bank takes the time to understand our business. They’re careful listeners, which is something we appreciate. Like us, they’re in the solutions business. That’s why we love working with them."- Mark R
"Fantastic bank. Great people. Have been extremely impressed with the emphasis they place on client satisfaction. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend First Internet Bank to anyone looking for world-class customer service and professional banking needs."- Allen W
"I’ve been banking with First Internet Bank for over 10 years…Their customer service has never failed to understand, address, and solve any problem I've faced and probably with a quicker and smoother turnaround time than any of the 'big' banks."- Matthew L