Business Super Money Market Account
Earn More on Your Savings
Our Business Super Money Market Account is a smart choice for business owners who want a savings option that delivers strong returns and convenient access.
With a Burke & Herbert Bank Business Super Money Market Account, you'll earn a guaranteed introductory rate of 1.75% for six months on all account balances. After the introductory period, you'll continue to enjoy competitive rates. You'll have the opportunity to earn higher rates with higher balances, and earn an Annual Percentage Yield (APY) of 0.93% to 1.76%.
Our Business Super Money Market Account also gives you access to your funds whenever you wish and, when you maintain an average daily balance of $25,000 or more in the account, your savings grow with no monthly fees.1
And of course you'll have the peace of mind of knowing that the funds in your Business Super Money Market Account are FDIC-insured to the maximum amount allowed.2
Looking for Even Higher Rates?
If a strong return on your investment is your principal goal, and you don't need to access your funds in the near term, a Certificate of Deposit (CD) is a smart choice. Consider our 11-Month Bump Up CD or our 24-Month CD to see how you can earn more.
Start Growing Your Business Savings Now
Open a new Business Super Money Market Account today by visiting your nearest Burke & Herbert Bank branch, or call us at 703-684-1655.
1. The introductory 1.75% rate is guaranteed for six months from the date of account opening. After the introductory period (six months), you will receive our standard Interest Rates/Annual Percentage Yields (APYs), which are based on account balances as follows (accurate as of 8/14/2018):
These APYs are blended APYs calculated using the introductory Interest Rate and the interest rate after the introductory period. This is a variable rate account subject to change without notice.
$1,000 minimum to open. $10 monthly fee if average daily balance is less than $25,000. Six transactions per monthly statement cycle; $2 fee per transaction thereafter. Fees could reduce earnings.
2. Each depositor is insured to at least $250,000.