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What to Expect When Opening a Business Account

Opening a business account with SEFCU is quick and easy. To get started, gather the documents below and stop by any SEFCU branch.

Required Documentation to Open All Business Accounts

In addition to the above requirements, further documentation is needed for the businesses/organizations listed below.

Sole Proprietor

  • Certificate of Assumed Name
If applicable:
  • Employer/Tax Identification Number

General Partnership

  • Certificate of Assumed Name
  • Partnership Agreement
  • Employer/Tax Identification Number

Limited Liability Company and Limited Liability Partnership

  • Articles of Organization
  • Operating Agreement (for LLCs consisting of more than one person)
And any one (1) of the following:
  • NYS Filing Receipt
  • Employer/Tax Identification Number EIN/TIN Assignment (Single member LLCs may use his/her Social Security Number)

Corporations - C-Corp & S-Corp

  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Bylaws
  • NYS Filing Receipt
  • Employer/Tax Identification Number
If applicable:
  • Application for Authority

Not-for-Profits/501(c)3 or 501(c)6

  • 501(c)3 or (c)6 Tax Exempt Certificate
  • Bylaws
And any two (2) of the following:
  • Certificate of Incorporation  
  • NYS Filing Receipt
  • Employer/Tax Identification Number

Other Associations and Clubs

And any one (1) of the following:
  • Certificate of Assumed Name
  • Bylaws 
  • Employer/Tax Identification Number if applicable 

Learn More About our Business Accounts Today!

  • Visit a branch near you
  • Call the Member Solutions Center at 800-727-3328
  • E-mail businessbanking@sefcu.com

* Corporations, limited partnerships, and limited liability companies are required by statute to conduct activities under their true legal name. If a corporation, limited partnership, or limited liability company desires to conduct activities under a name other than its true legal name, a certificate complying with Section 130 of the General Business Law must be filed with the New York State Department of State. All other entities such as general partnerships, sole proprietorships, and limited liability partnerships file an Assumed Name Certificate directly with the county clerk in each county in which the entity conducts or transacts business.