CU Hawaii has eight branches and ATMs located in Hawaii. Its small business offerings include business checking accounts, lending, merchant services, medallion and notary, and individual retirement accounts. CU Hawaii is rated B- by the Better Business Bureau and 2.5 stars on Yelp.
To be eligible to become a member of CU Hawaii, you must meet any of its eligibility requirements.
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CU Hawaii Business Checking Rates & Fees
|Monthly Fee||No monthly fee|
|Minimum Balance Requirement||No minimum balance requirement|
|Transaction Fee||100 free transactions per month; 20 cents each thereafter|
|Wire Transfer Fee||Incoming (domestic/international): $5|
Outgoing - domestic ($5,000 or less): $20
Outgoing - domestic ($5,001+): $25
Outgoing - international ($5,000 or less): $45
Outgoing - international ($5,001+): $65
|Cash Deposit Fee||$10,000 cash deposits/disbursements threshold; 0.15% thereafter|
|Overdraft Fee||$20 per item|
|ATM Fee||50 cents per foreign ATM transaction|
CU Hawaii Network
CU Hawaii has eight branches and ATMs located in Hawaii. You may use its branch locator to check which locations are closest to you.
CU Hawaii Additional Business Banking Services
CU Hawaii also offers business credit cards and business loans, such as working capital, Small Business Administration funding, commercial equipment and vehicle loans, and real estate financing. It currently does not offer business savings, money market accounts, and wealth management. Find out more about its small business offerings on its website.
|Online & Mobile Banking||✓|
|Business Line of Credit||✓|
|Business Credit Cards||✓|
|Commercial Real Estate Loans||✓|
|Money Market Accounts||x|
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