Commercial Deposit Accounts

With Business Maker™, your company’s money works hard—just like you.

Money comes in to your company, then goes out again. But what about in between? For your central Massachusetts and Worcester area business, Southbridge Savings Bank has Business Maker commercial checking and savings accounts that let you use your cash when you need it and let it earn interest when you don’t.

Business Maker Checking

Small businesses that write fewer than 100 checks per month pay no monthly maintenance fee and have no minimum balance requirement. Learn more.

Business Checking Account

Medium-sized businesses that write fewer than 150 checks per month pay a low monthly service fee of only $10. Learn more.

Commercial Checking

A good fit for businesses that write more than 150 checks per month. The account’s earned interest credits can reduce or eliminate transaction costs. Learn more.

Commercial Statement Savings Account

Earn interest* and receive all standard banking services without any fees. Learn more.

Business Money Market Account

Access your money easily with unlimited ATM withdrawals and transfers†. Plus, earn a higher rate of return*‡. Learn more.

Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts (IOLTA)

IOLTA allows law firms to do more good in their communities and throughout the nation. Interest earned on escrowed funds is pooled to provide civil legal aid to the poor and support improvements to the judicial system. Learn more.

Non-Profit Checking & Savings

Not-for-profit organizations have special financial requirements. We designed these unique accounts to meet those needs. Learn more.

Talk to a Business Maker banking specialist.

Call 508.765.9103 or 800.939.9103

* See rate schedule for current interest rates.

†Includes in-person withdrawals, transfers to Southbridge Savings Bank loans, transfers to another Southbridge Savings Bank deposit account or withdrawal to you by mail, messenger, telephone or ATM, or in person.

‡Higher tiered rate requires a minimum average balance of $5,000. Balance below minimum is subject to a lower rate.