Looking for a simpler way to manage business payments?

When you combine your payment solutions with a U.S. Bank business checking account, you get more ways to pay and receive funds plus access to the online banking dashboard.

Get started with a U.S. Bank business checking account.

A U.S. Bank business checking account is a launchpad for accounts payable and receivable. Plus, it gives you access to one centralized view of your business cash flow with an online banking dashboard.

Pay bills safely and quickly.

Experience the power of digital payments. Manage funds easily while reducing the risk of fraud.

Move funds faster with digital payments.

From online bill payments and wire transfers to Automated Clearing House (ACH) processing, pay your bills easily and securely with a U.S. Bank business checking account.

Make business payments
 

Manage business expenses with a credit card.

Get better cash flow and spending power with any of our hard-working credit cards.

Business credit cards
 

Find proven payroll services.

U.S. Bank provides digital tools and partners with industry experts to make payroll processing and direct deposit faster and easier.

Payroll services

Receive payments like a pro.

Find the right payment tools for your business. Whether you want to accept payments online, instore, or on the go, we partner with you to set up a payments solution that meets your business needs.

Accept payments and operate your business.

Your U.S. Bank Payment Solution does more than accepts payments, including process transactions, manage inventory and plan employee schedules. A point-of-sale (POS) system can simplify and grow your business operations.

Merchant services
 

Provide more ways to process business payments.

Whether you’re just getting started or an established pro, a U.S. Bank business checking account adjusts to how your business flows with Zelle®,1 remote deposit capture (RDC)2 and cash services for faster payment acceptance.

Accept customer payments

U.S. Bank stepped in to be my financial planner and give us guidance and support to help our business get to the next level.

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Explore business payment insights.

Get answers to questions from U.S. Bank Financial IQ.

How to accept credit card payments online.

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Does your side business need a separate bank account?

If your hobby has turned into a small business, it’s time to keep your personal and business finances separate.

Do I need a credit card for my small business?

Before applying for a business credit card, there are a few things to consider. For example: Does your business qualify for a credit card?

Explore more Business Essentials.

Manage & run

Streamline your operations and make informed money decisions with a clear view of your finances in one place.

Plan & progress

Take your business to the next level with expert advice, lending solutions and staff management tools designed for growth.

Frequently asked questions

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Disclosures
  1. U.S. checking or savings account required to use Zelle®. To send or receive money with a small business, both parties must be enrolled with Zelle® directly through their financial institution’s online or mobile banking experience.

  2. Eligibility requirements, restrictions, and fees may apply. See a business banker for details.

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Zelle® and the Zelle® related marks are wholly owned by Early Warning Services, LLC and are used herein under license.

U.S. Bank and SinglePoint are registered trademarks of U.S. Bank National Association.

Credit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association and subject to normal credit approval.

Deposit products are offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC.