Business Accounts

Supportive Banking Solutions Made Simple For Your Small Business!

Business Banking the GCU Way!

Glenview Credit Union is a small business too. We understand the unique challenges small business owners face each day. Profitability is key. Managing your money is a critical part of being profitable. Our services can help you manage that in a simple way. We serve a variety of businesses from independent contractors to those with large remote staffs. Our strength is knowing each of our business members. How can we help you be successful?

Our Business Bill Pay is like having a bookkeeper on staff 24/7! This service saves you time and effort while allowing you to keep your cash flow in check.


  • Payments: Set-up payments for your vendors and other bills. Then choose how you want to pay them according to your budget: reccurring scheduled payments or individual payments.
  • Transfers: Manage and move funds to other financial institutions.
  • Payroll: Your payroll just got easier! Set up payroll direct deposits or checks for your salaried or hourly staff, as well as for contractors or temp staff. Step by step instructions will help you get the job done.

Business Bill Pay Terms & Conditions

  • FREE Mobile Banking
  • FREE Checking*
  • FREE Automated Telephone Teller
  • FREE 24/7 Online Access, including Mobile Teller
  • Online Bill Payment
  • FREE Online Images of Cleared Checks
  • FREE debit card
  • ACH Electronic Transactions
  • Cashiers Checks
  • FREE Notary Service for members
  • FREE Rolled Coin
  • Deposits Federally Insured to $250,000 by NCUA
  • 50,000 FREE, No-fee Allpoint ATM’s
  • AAA, Sprint Business phones & other discounts
  • Wire Transfers/Western Union
  • Money transfer to Mexico via Directo A Mexico
  • Featured Promotion of your business
  • FREE Bank-at-Work for Your Staff
  • Personal Service

*A minimum daily balance of $250 must be maintained for FREE checking otherwise a $5 monthly fee will be charged.

  • Low Balance business interest-earning savings accounts
  • Club and Association Accounts
  • IRAs: Traditional or Roth for owners
  • CDs for owners
  • Money Market Accounts

To open a business account, you will need:

  • An unexpired, government-issued photo ID such as a driver’s license, state ID, or passport for each account signer
  • Social security number for each account signer
  • Tax ID and supporting documents to establish ownership of the business
  • Minimum deposit of $300 to open a savings and checking account