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Interest on Lawyer
Trust Account (IOLTA)

Support your community with ease.
For attorneys, law firms, and others with fiduciary responsibility of client funds.

Do More with Your Checking Account.
Do More with Your Checking Account.

Do More with Your Checking Account.

Your community thanks you.
Coastal States Bank is your trusted provider of Interest on Lawyer Trust Account (IOLTA) services for attorneys. With an IOLTA, any potential interest income from your trust account goes directly to the state, supporting community-based programs. Trust a banking partner that believes in the power of community.

Expect More from Your Banking Services. Enhance Your Business Banking with CSB.

No matter which Coastal States Bank checking account you choose, you’ll find convenient and reliable services that help your business thrive.

Business Online Banking1
Bill Pay1 2
Courtesy Overdraft Service3
ATM/Debit Card
Worldwide ATM Access
24-Hour Telephone Banking
uChoose Rewards®
Treasury Management
    • Remote Deposit2
    • Positive Pay2
    • Business Sweep Services2
    • Notary Services2
    • Merchant Services2
    • ACH Origination Services2
    • Wire Transfers2
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Save. Earn Interest. Grow More.
Save. Earn Interest. Grow More.

Save. Earn Interest. Grow More.

Choose our flexible business savings plan for higher interest rates as your balance grows.

Business Savings

Other Important Information

1 Message and data rates may apply. Fees may apply for certain optional services available through Business Online & Mobile Banking.

2 Fees may apply.

3 Coastal States Bank may pay overdrafts at our discretion and reserves the right to terminate this service at any time. For each overdraft transaction that is paid by the bank, accountholders are required to pay a $31 overdraft fee. Items not paid will be returned and will incur a $31 returned item fee. Overdraft service applies to checks, pre-authorized electronic debits, and online banking and bill payment transactions. Reimbursement of overdraft coverage payments must be made promptly by making a deposit in your account. Overdraft items are generally not covered for accounts that are not in good standing or do not have regular deposits.