We understand businesses of all shapes and sizes

Whether you’ve got a staff of three or 300, we’ve got you covered with a complete range of business deposit solutions and the right mix of loan options. Plus, we offer an array of sophisticated services designed to make your banking experiences even more convenient.

We are owned and operated right here in Vermont, so all of our decisions are made locally by people who live and work here. Not only do our bankers have direct knowledge about the Vermont business environment, they take the time to get to know you and your unique business needs. The result is a true, trusted banking partnership. 


Online Business Banking

Business Banking, right at your fingertips

Manage your business banking accounts from your computer, tablet, or web-enabled mobile phone. With an online business account, you enjoy up-to-the-minute account access, payroll processing, funds transfer across NSB accounts, timely alerts and more.



Remote Check Deposits

With iDeposit, we provide a desktop scanner so you can securely deposit checks—with no deposit slips, no photocopying and no trips to the bank.



NSB Commercial Cash Management Sweep

Earn interest on funds you're not actively using for your business. With NSB's Commercial Cash Management Sweep, your Commercial Checking Account provides ready access to cash using a collected balance of $2,500 that is continually maintained. The balance of funds is held in a Repurchase Agreement* where idle funds earn daily compounded interest based on the balance amount and market conditions.

Get the latest rates on Repurchase Agreements.


* Repurchase Agreements are NOT FDIC-insured, not bank guaranteed, may lose value, are not insured by any federal agency, and are not a bank deposit.

Repurchase Agreement definition: A transaction involving the "sale" of securities by NSB to the customer, subject to an agreement by NSB to repurchase the securities in specified circumstances. The Repurchase Agreement is a non-deposit investment product. It is not insured by the FDIC, it is not a deposit or other obligation of, or guaranteed by, NSB, and it is subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principle amount invested.