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Business Account Guidelines

Business Accounts – Guidelines and Required Documents

 

Ready to open an account? We’re here to help. Stop by one of our branches or call 832.707.2484 to make an appointment. Bring these documents with you and we’ll get you started on your way to growing your business. 

Type Tax ID Number Required Documents
Sole Proprietorship
SSN or EIN of the Business Name
Assumed Name Certificate (DBA) filed in the County where the business is located (if applicable) Must be 90 days old, exceptions may be made on a case by case basis or for existing member
General Partnership
EIN of Partnership or SSNs of Partners
Assumed Name Certificate (DBA) filed in the County where the business is located (if applicable)
Must be 90 days old
Limited Partnership
Or
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
Or
Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP)
EIN of Partnership
  • Certificate of Filing
  • Certificate of Formation
  • Assumed Name Certificate (DBA) filed in the County where the business is located (if applicable) Must be 90 days old
Corporation EIN of Corporation
  • Certificate of Filing
  • Certificate of Formation or Articles of Incorporation
  • Assumed Name Certificate (DBA) filed in the County where the business is located (if applicable)
    Must be 90 days old
 Limited Liability Company (LLC)
EIN of LLC
  • Certificate of Filing
  • Certificate of Formation or Articles of Organization
  • Assumed Name Certificate (DBA) filed in the County where the business is located (if applicable) Must be 90 days old
 Club/Organization
EIN of Club
Minutes from most recent meeting to include a list of officers
 Non-Profit Corporation
EIN of Corporation
  • Same documents required for Corporation
  • Additionally: Certificate of Formation must reflect 3 directors, and the By-Laws or Meeting Minutes must reflect one President and one Secretary (which cannot be the same person).

For business entities operating in Texas organized in another state, documentation from both states are required; Business documents from the state the business is organized in, and the Texas Secretary of State Foreign Entity Registration with Certificate of Filing.