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Business Money Market

As a business owner, you deserve to make the most of your money

Open a business money market account that offers higher dividends and allows you to withdraw at any time.


Know you’re making the most of your business’s money and taking a responsible and efficient step to support your company’s financial future by saving with a business money market account.


Balance MM Rates

Earn up to  % APY

MM Growth Rates

Earn up to  % APY


Earn dividends on your balance

Start earning dividends on balances of $100+ in a Business Money Market Growth account, or on balances of $2,500+ in a Business Balance Money Market account.

Check-writing privileges

Unlike other savings account options, you can write checks from your money market account and have access to your funds while earning dividends on the balance. 

Open with a $5 deposit

Start saving easily with a simple, affordable first deposit of at least $5.

Good to know

Must have a business savings account

To open a money market account you need to have a regular business savings account.

Active checking account requirement

To get started with a Business Balance Money Market account, you'll need to have an active business checking account.

Calculate your savings

Final Balance

Contributions:     |    Earnings: 
Initial Deposit
Term Years

Your hard-earned money is safe

  • a-plus-stability-rating

    Rated one of 21 strongest credit unions in the US by Weiss Ratings in 2021

  • 4th-healthiest-cu

    Rated 4th healthiest credit union in the US by Glatt Consulting HealthScore in 2020

Have a question?

At RCU, we're known for our reliable service, and we'll answer your questions and calls quickly.

When it comes to your growing company, you deserve only the best

Open a business money market account that pays dividends and allows you to withdraw funds when you need them.

  • APY = Annual Percentage Yield. Fees may reduce earnings. Business must establish and maintain active RCU checking account. Active checking is defined as a checking account having three or more transactions per month (excluding telephone teller or dividend posting transactions). Minimum balances must be maintained in order to earn dividends.