Business Investor Fund
Premium Business Perks
Our Business Investor Fund account offers business owners great perks, including tiered interest rates and unlimited teller-assisted transactions. And, of course, we'll help you protect and grow your savings while still giving you the flexibility to access cash whenever you need.
We offer very competitive interest rates so your money can work for you. And, because you deserve a reward for your hard work, we offer higher interest rates on larger balances. Contact us to learn more about our interest rates.
You can take advantage of free automatic transfers into your account, so you can pay yourself first and reach your goals faster. You can also use automatic transfers out of your account to conveniently pay recurring bills.
You'll receive free online check images with your account. They're an easy way to access your payment information any time you need it. You can view the check payee, the amount paid, and the date it was cashed. And, they can help make filing taxes easier, since all your checks will be in one place.
There's no cost to enroll in Overdraft Protection*, and there is no charge for overdraft transfers. We will automatically transfer any available funds at no charge to you from your linked Bank of Texas business savings or business line of credit into your business checking account at the end of any business day on which your Available Balance is less than zero.
*If you are enrolled in Overdraft Protection, we will automatically transfer any available funds at no charge to you from your linked Bank of Texas business savings, or business line of credit into your business checking account at the end of any business day on which your Available Balance is less than zero. Limited to one linked business savings or business line of credit as a source of funding. Accounts are not automatically linked. Please notify your banker of which account should be linked. To the extent the funds in your designated funding account are insufficient to cover all overdrafts in your checking account, an Overdraft Fee or Returned Item Fee may be charged for each overdraft not covered by the transfer, under the terms of the Depository Agreement for Transaction Accounts. See Summary of Fees and Definitions for pricing.
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