Hiawatha Bank and Trust Company has one branch in Iowa and thousands of ATMs nationwide through the Privileged Status Network. It offers business savings and checking accounts, loans and financing, merchant services, and corporate takeover. We searched for Hiawatha Bank and Trust Company reviews and found that it is rated 5 stars on Bankrate.com.
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Hiawatha Bank and Trust Company Business Checking Rates & Fees
|Monthly Fee||$6 per month if the balance requirement is not met|
|Minimum Balance Requirement||$700 average collected balance|
|Transaction Fee||Unlimited free deposits|
50 free debits
50 free deposit items
$0.15 each item over the monthly limit
|Wire Transfer Fee||Information not available|
|Cash Deposit Fee||Information not available|
|Overdraft Fee||$25 per item|
|ATM Fee||No ATM fee; however, ATM operator may charge a fee|
Hiawatha Bank and Trust Company Network
Hiawatha Bank and Trust Company has a single branch located at 777 North Center Point Road, Hiawatha, Iowa 52233. Its customers may also access their funds from any Privileged Status Network ATMs nationwide, free of charge. You may view its branch locator to check its hours of operation.
Hiawatha Bank and Trust Company Additional Business Banking Services
Hiawatha Bank and Trust Company also offers the following business services: business savings and money market accounts, revolving lines of credit, refinance and construction loans, land and building financing, commercial mortgages, Small Business Administration (SBA) funding, business term and express loans, and credit cards. Currently, it does not offer wealth management. Find out more about its small business offerings on its website.
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