Discover all the ways a business checking account can help make your company better
At Nationwide Bank®, we know that time is money when it comes to owning your own business. That’s why we offer all the convenient features that can help you manage your business checking account whenever you want.

Whether you work independently or employ an entire team, we understand the importance of having a small business checking...

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Our small business banking tool treats every company like a big deal
You’re committed to your business. We’re committed to helping you. No matter what size company you own, you’re sure to enjoy the personalized service and helpful guidance we provide to our clients. And that starts with our small business banking On Your Side® Business Guide.

Whether you’re thinking about opening a small business bank account or taking advantage...

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Many small businesses, partnerships and sole proprietors that want to offer a retirement plan for themselves and their employees choose a SIMPLE IRA.

Among the features of a SIMPLE IRA --  – or Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees -- are:

They can be easy to administer, and don’t require  legal  or administrative fees
Employees can defer a portion of their salary into their IRA account

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For a small business or a sole proprietor, a Simple Employee Pension (SEP) plan may be an attractive retirement solution because it offers: 

Easy startup
Low administrative costs
Flexible contribution terms
A potential three-year $500 tax credit for setting up the plan
Earnings grow tax-deferred
Under a SEP, employers contribute to Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) established for employees....

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Smaller companies, partnerships and sole proprietors can establish plans to help their employees save for retirement. Individual Retirement Account-based plans are designed to be easy to create and maintain, and can be less expensive than other retirement plans.

Two popular types of IRA plans are:

A Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE IRA) is a flexible plan for small businesses in which...

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