Save and grow with us

Protect and grow the money you were already setting aside for purchases, payments, and seasonal needs.

At Solarity, we know that every business is different. We take the time to talk with you and understand your unique goals, anticipate your needs, and guide you to a savings solution catered to your company.

Call us to talk about your company's savings goals


Your savings are federally insured

At Solarity, the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) federally insures your savings to at least $250,000 per shareowner. The NCUSIF insures the accounts of millions of account holders in all federal credit unions and the vast majority of state-chartered credit unions. If you are planning on saving more than $250,000 at Solarity, we have several options available for additional share insurance coverage to meet your needs.

I love banking with you! Your locations are always welcoming and clean and it's a breeze to talk with your tellers and complete transactions. My husband and I look forward to many more years of doing business at Solarity!”
- Cheryl & Marvin Burgess, Solarians since 2005

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I add/remove someone from a business savings account?

Yes. This can be done through a Change Form at any time by the owners of the account, and if proper documentation is provided.

Can I have multiple DBA's under one account?

According to the state of Washington, multiple DBAs can be associated with a single account if the DBA(s) are registered to the legal business or the account owner’s name—and they share the same EIN or SSN.

Can anyone make a deposit or complete a transaction on my business account?

Only authorized signers are able to complete transactions, However anyone can make a deposit into the account and we will never divulge any information (e.g., account balance or recent transactions).

How long does it take to open an account?

Once all the required documentation and signatures are gathered, a business account can be opened less than 2 business days, and often the same day.

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