Published on October 28th, 2018 | by Chuck12
Chase will Allow Business Deposits to Qualify for ‘Chase Private Client’ Status
Chase sent out a memo to bankers on Friday with the news that Business deposit accounts with Chase can now count toward meeting the $250,000+ balance required to become a Chase Private Client.
You must be the business owner yourself to qualify. Looks like only business checking and savings balances will count. Unclear whether personal and business can mix to get you to the $250k threshold, but I’d guess that would work too.
This makes private client easier for people who use Chase for their business. As I understand it, once you are a private client from your business, you’ll have private client benefits for all your personal accounts.
- Everything You Need To Know About Chase Private Client (Qualification, Benefits & Sharing Status)
- $750/$1,250 Chase Sapphire Banking/Chase Private Client Offers Coming + Online Sign Up
- Chase Private Clients: $750 for Opening Chase Business Checking Account
Big thanks to the reader who sent this in