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Opening a Business Account

To open a business checking account or business savings account, please visit any Honor Bank branch.

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    Below are some of the documents you’ll need to bring with you, depending on your type of business. Please note: additional documents may be required before a business account can be opened. This list may change as applicable state and federal regulations change.

    My Business Structure Is A:

    • Sole Proprietor
      • Valid identification (examples of acceptable forms of identification include a Driver's License, State-Issued Identification Card, Passport, Alien Identification Card);
      • Social Security Number;
      • Assumed Name Certificate (also known as “Doing Business As” or “DBA”);
      • Employer Identification Number (if applicable).
    • General Partnership
      • Valid identification for each General Partner (examples of acceptable forms of identification include a Driver's License, State-Issued Identification Card, Passport, Alien Identification Card;
      • Employer Identification Number;
      • Partnership Agreement showing business name and names of partners;
      • Assumed Name Certificate (also known as “Doing Business As” or “DBA”), if you are doing business using a DBA;
      • Personal information about any business owner who owns 25% or more of the business, or controlling party. Visit our Beneficial Ownership page learn more.
    • Limited Partnership
      • Valid identification for each General Partner (examples of acceptable forms of identification include a Driver's License, State-Issued Identification Card, Passport, Alien Identification Card;
      • Employer Identification Number;
      • Partnership Agreement showing business name and names of partners;
      • Limited Partnership Certificate;
      • Assumed Name Certificate (also known as “Doing Business As” or “DBA”), if you are doing business using a DBA
      • Personal information about any business owner who owns 25% or more of the business, or controlling party. Visit our Beneficial Ownership page to learn more.
    • Limited Liability Company (LLC)
      • Valid identification for each Member (examples of acceptable forms of identification include a Driver's License, State-Issued Identification Card, Passport, Alien Identification Card;
      • Social Security Number, if the business is a Sole Member LLC
      • Employer Identification Number (if applicable);
      • Current Articles of Organization;
      • Assumed Name Certificate (also known as “Doing Business As” or “DBA”), if you are doing business using a DBA
      • Personal information about any business owner who owns 25% or more of the business, or controlling party. Visit our Beneficial Ownership page to learn more.
    • Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
      • Valid identification for each authorized signer (examples of acceptable forms of identification include a Driver's License, State-Issued Identification Card, Passport, Alien Identification Card;
      • Employer Identification Number;
      • Current Registration of Limited Liability Partnership;
      • Limited Liability Partnership Agreement showing business name and names of partners;
      • Assumed Name Certificate (also known as “Doing Business As” or “DBA”), if you are doing business using a DBA;
      • Personal information about any business owner who owns 25% or more of the business, or controlling party. Visit our Beneficial Ownership page to learn more.
    • Corporation
      • Valid identification for each authorized signer (examples of acceptable forms of identification include a Driver's License, State-Issued Identification Card, Passport, Alien Identification Card;
      • Employer Identification Number;
      • Current Articles of Incorporation;
      • Assumed Name Certificate (also known as “Doing Business As” or “DBA”), if you are doing business using a DBA;
      • Personal information about any business owner who owns 25% or more of the business, or controlling party. Visit our Beneficial Ownership page to learn more.
    • Association or Organization
      • Valid identification for each authorized signer (examples of acceptable forms of identification include a Driver's License, State-Issued Identification Card, Passport, Alien Identification Card;
      • By-laws, Charter, Constitution, or other governing document;
      • Employer Identification Number;
      • Assumed Name Certificate (also known as “Doing Business As” or “DBA”), if you are doing business using a DBA;
      • Letter of intent or meeting minutes to open the account.

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