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Business Online

With FORUM’s Free Business Online Banking, you have access to your business accounts from virtually anywhere in the world.  You will be able to manage your accounts quickly and efficiently with up to the minute information.  Plus you can be assured that your online account information is secure with Multi-Factor Authentication.


  • Review account information: branch deposits, ACH transactions, wire transfers, debit card transactions, and ATM transactions
  • Transfer funds between FORUM business accounts
  • View account summaries
  • Set custom alerts
  • Set up multiple users with different authorization levels
  • 20 free check images per month, $.50 for each additional check image
  • Make loan payments and access lines of credit
  • Supports QuickBooks software by Intuit
  • Business Online Banking preview of new features available on January 12, 2015. Click here.

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Internet Banking Recommended System Requirements

Workstation Operating Systems

•    Windows 7, 8, and 8.1
•    Windows Vista
•    Mac OS 10.7, 10.8, and 10.9  


•    Internet Explorer 9.0, 10.0 and 11.0 (32-bit) and (64-bit)*
•    Mozilla Firefox (current Version)*
•    Google Chrome (current version)*
•    Apple Safari 6+ (Mac OS only)*

*indicates ACH will not function in this browser.

Multi-Factor Authentication

You can easily and reliably verify this site’s identity and security by looking for the green website address bar.  The new Extended Validation (EV) certificate triggers web browsers to display a green address bar and our site provider’s name (Fiserv, Inc.). Your accounts will continue to be protected through advanced device forensics that seamlessly authenticates your computer. Click here for more details.


Business Online Banking

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