Business Banking at Honor Bank
Businesses are the backbone of our communities. Whether you’re a large or small business, your products or services impact people’s lives. At Honor Bank, we believe that your business deserves a bank that is invested in seeing it grow. That’s what makes us one of the best banks for small businesses in Michigan.
Local Business Banking Made Modern
Honor Bank has served businesses in northern Michigan for more than 100 years. Unlike corporate banks, we’re devoted to northern Michigan and to your success here.
Our commitment to customers has stayed true over the years, while our technologies and services have evolved to suit any modern business owner. From convenient mobile check deposits to overdraft protection to conversations with commercial lending experts, we support you in whatever way works best.
Digital-Forward and Friendly
Our online and mobile business banking services allow you to view balances and transaction history; deposit checks; see statements/images; make transfers between your Honor Bank accounts (including business loan payments); download to Quicken, Quickbooks, and .csv files; and set up reminders. When you want to bank face-to-face, call or visit your local branch.
Geared Up for Growth
Honor Bank will help you turn your business up a notch, leaning into our understanding of the local environment and its challenges. We’ll work with you to set up the right accounts, the right loans, and the right team members to keep you confidently growing.
Open a Small Business Bank Account at Honor Bank
Opening a business account at Honor Bank is easy, and so is moving your money from your current bank into your new account. We have multiple business banking account options, and our team can help you decide which one is best for you.
Pay Bills & Employees
Transfer & Manage Funds
Accept Credit & Debit Card Transactions
Set & Achieve Saving Goals
Build Your Business Credit Rating
What to Consider When Choosing a Business Bank
It’s important to choose a bank that will be there to help when you need it – with excellent customer service. Other things to consider include:
- What tools and services does the bank offer customers?
- What is the bank’s reputation with other businesses in the community?
- Are the bank locations convenient for you as a customer?
- What are the transaction limits and service fees?