Business Savings Accounts
Making your money work for you isn't just smart business. It's the South State Way.
Which account is right for you?
Whether you want a savings account for your small business or are interested in a CD, we have an account to help you grow. Compare our business savings account options in the chart below.
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*Important Notice: Federal regulation requires banks to limit the way withdrawals and transfers can be made from savings and money market accounts. During any calendar month, you may not make more than six (6) withdrawals or transfers (or a combination of such transfers and withdrawals) from a savings account or money market to another bank account of yours or to a third party if made by (i) preauthorized or automatic transfer (including ACH), (ii) telephone, fax, or email through a bank representative, (iii) check, draft, debit card, or similar order to a third party, (iv) telephone banking, online banking, or online bill payment, or (v) overdraft transfers. The monthly limit is based on when the transaction is processed, not when the check or item was written or authorized. If you exceed six (6) monthly withdrawals/transfers on more than an occasional basis, we may revoke your privileges on that account or we may convert your savings account or money market account to an eligible account allowing unlimited transactions. Deposits, transfers and withdrawals made in person at a branch or ATM, and automatic transfers to repay your South State Bank loan do not count toward the six (6) per month limit.
1. The interest rate and annual percentage yield (APY) we pay may change at any time. Contact a banker for current rates.
2. $15 quarterly maintenance charge if the minimum daily balance is not met.
3. A withdrawal charge of $1 will be charged for each non-sweep withdrawal over 3 per quarterly cycle.
4. $15 monthly maintenance charge if the minimum daily balance is not met.
5. $10 excess activity fee will be charged for each transaction over 6 per month, excluding in-person or ATM withdrawals.
6. Early withdrawal may result in loss of earned interest and some principal.