FOR BUSINESSES THAT ARE READY TO GROW

Business checking for self-employed workers.

a simple and safe way to manage 

company finances

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All professional businesses need their own checking account

At some point, graduating from a personal checking account to a business checking account is a must. Business accounts help you protect your finances and identity, simplify business taxes, and make cash flow in and out of your company more efficient.

LEGITIMIZE YOUR BUSINESS

BOOST YOUR BUSINESS’ PURCHASING POWER

PROTECT YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION

Learn more about Business Checking for Self-Employed Workers

Business checking accounts help business owners manage their business’ finances. They are similar to personal checking accounts, which means that they allow day-to-day transactions and quick access to funds. The difference is that business checking accounts often have higher fees and minimum balance requirements than personal accounts do, and they may have limitations on transactions.

At Woligo, we offer two main business checking accounts. One of them has no minimum balance requirement and no service charges, while the other has a balance requirement that lets account holders avoid service charges.

With both business bank accounts, business owners only need $100 to open a business account online. Accounts holders will receive a free business debit card and have access to mobile deposit services. They will also be able to open two separate accounts within the single small business checking account.

SMALL BUSINESS ACCOUNT #1

  • No minimum balance requirement
  • No monthly service charge
  • The first 100 transactions are free, after which transaction fees apply

SMALL BUSINESS ACCOUNT #2

  • Maintain a minimum balance of only $5,000 to avoid service charges of deposit items and encoding
  • No transaction fees

Q: How do I apply for a business checking account?

You can set up your business checking account completely online. You must have appropriate licensing for your business, including official records that classify your business as legitimate. With that information in hand, you will be able to fill out the online application and submit it for a review.

Q: Can I access my funds online?

With the Business Online Banking program, you can check your balance, transfer funds, schedule payments, review transactions, and pay bills.

We partner with First Fidelity Bank to offer award-winning banking services. First Fidelity Bank is based in Oklahoma, but has branches in metro areas in Phoenix, AZ and Denver, CO. The financial institution uses innovative technology to give small business owners full control of their funds. Account holders can bank anytime, anywhere because of First Fidelity’s mobile and online banking services.

Learn more about First Fidelity, Member FDIC.

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Give us a call to open your business banking account.