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Business Checking Accounts

With checking account options for businesses of any size, Community National Bank & Trust offers businesses a variety of account types to meet your unique needs. From small family-owned farms to large commercial operations, our business checking products are designed to help your business thrive. Use online banking to manage your accounts on the go. Make deposits, check balances, and transfer money as necessary. We offer a full suite of the following business checking offerings:

Business Checking Accounts options
Account Type Check Fees Deposit Fees Service Charge Earnings Credit
Small Business Checking $0.13 per check over 60 $.06 for each deposit over 100 items (CNB&T items free) $3.00 for minimum balance below $1,000 No
Commercial Checking $0.18 per check $0.09 per deposited item (CNB&T items free) $6.50 maintenance fee $0.10 per every $100 of average collected balance
Money Market $10.00 per check over six checks

$0.10 per deposited item over 10 each statement cycle

(CNB&T items free)


$10.00 for balance below $900 No

Small Business Checking

Built for small businesses, this account is great for companies and sole proprietors who only write a few checks each month. In addition to premium banking services, you can also save money with our Small Business Checking account.

Commercial Checking

Designed for businesses that maintain a balance and want to receive an earning credit against monthly fees, our Commercial Checking account provides plenty of opportunities to save.

Business Money Market

Available for business customers, our Business Money Market account can really help your business grow. Interest on this account accrues daily and is paid monthly at the end of each statement cycle.

Open Your Business Checking Account Today

If you’re looking for the right balance of business checking features and the excellent service you trust from your neighborhood bank, visit Community National Bank & Trust today. To get started, find a banking center near you.