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Cheapest small business chequeing account

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Jun 24, 2015
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Cheapest small business chequeing account

Any suggestion for a cheapest business chequeing account? Only one or two transactions per month.
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What kind of transactions? RBC has their small business eAccount which is free for electronic based transactions (and if your other usage is low then still reasonable for the pay per use). BMO also has an eBUSINESS plan which is the same, free for electronic stuff pay per use for the rest.
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joshnet wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 5:02 pm
What kind of transactions? RBC has their small business eAccount which is free for electronic based transactions (and if your other usage is low then still reasonable for the pay per use). BMO also has an eBUSINESS plan which is the same, free for electronic stuff pay per use for the rest.
Yup, RBC is the only one that I know of that offers free accounts (eAccounts).

Didn't know BMO had a eBusiness account too, will check it out - thanks!
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As one user mentioned, it would be important to know what kind of transactions. If one of those transactions involves depositing cash, writing a cheque, or anything that involves a teller, you may be better off with a standard business account with a monthly fee.

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