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Business Savings

Having a Business Savings Account helps you plan for future growth. Maybe you’re working towards upgrading your equipment or wanting to expand to a larger office space. Tucking surplus earnings away in a Business Savings Account helps you earn money on your business cash and helps you achieve bigger goals, faster. Any of our Personal Savings Accounts can be opened as a Business Savings Account.


Business Savings Account

  • Available for both consumer and commercial customers
  • Minimum to open $10.00
  • Free and easy to read monthly statements
  • No minimum balance requirement
  • Free online banking
  • Gain access to funds using Freehold Bank ATM locations
  • Account subject to Reg D limitations
  • Funds are FDIC Insured
  • Account is limited to six transactions per statement cycle
  • Transfers by way of check, draft, ATM card or similar order made payable to a third party is limited to six transfers per month or statement cycle.


Certificates of Deposit

Build your savings on your terms with CD’s that fit your goals. Check out our featured rates and terms for Freehold Bank’s choice Promotional CD's and find the one that works with your investment and savings goals.

  • Lock in competitive interest rate for a low risk investment
  • Start with a minimum deposit of $500.00
  • Ideal for long term savings
  • Rates range from terms of 91days to 5 years
  • FDIC insured

Lawyer Trust Accounts (IOLTA)

Requires an operating business account.

Call an Account Specialist for details.

Opening an Account is Easy

Talk to us by phone (732) 462-6700 to speak to our Business Bankers who will assist with account opening or questions. Better yet, visit our office in person to meet our Business Banking Specialists and Lending team.

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Take advantage of our Totally Free Business Checking Account with Maximum benefits.

Gain expert insight to help you start, manage and grow your business. Our experienced lenders can assist with Commercial needs..

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