A partner you can count on
This is where it all begins! Unlike other financials, credit unions are financial co-ops which means you have ownership in the credit union when you open your “Business Share Savings Account” with $5. This $5 purchases your share of the credit union and entitles you to all the benefits of Heartland.
Insured by NCUA to $250,000 and an additional $250,000 through the Excess Share Insurance Corp (ESI).
No monthly maintenance fees**
Focus on saving.
Low $5 to open and maintain
Getting started is easy.
To remain a member of Heartland, your Primary Share Savings account must remain open with a balance of $5 – which is your share or ownership in the credit union. If you would like to close your account and no longer be a member, you can visit a branch or contact us at (651) 451-5160 or (800) 813-9185.
We serve 10 Minnesota Counties: Anoka, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Scott, Rice, Le Sueur, Hennepin, Ramsey and Washington. In addition, we serve the employees and retirees from a variety of businesses. Plus, if you’re related to a Heartland member you can join. Learn More to see if you’re eligible.
If you meet one of the eligibility requirements, you can become a member of Heartland. To become a member, you must purchase at least one share by depositing $5 into the basic or youth savings account. Start your online application.
Business Share Savings
Your trusted financial solution
Let Heartland be your financial business partner when you open a business share savings account.
Superior customer service on all levels. I have been a member since 2000, and I am continually impressed by the outstanding service that is provided from every team.
Manage Your Account Online
Manage your business account online anytime, anywhere with Heartland Online Banking.
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Business Share Savings Disclosures
*Insured by NCUA to $250,000 and an additional $250,000 through the Excess Share Insurance Corp (ESI).
**Inactive Fee applies to members over 18 years of age with only a share savings account that has a deposit less than $250 and is inactive for 181 consecutive days.