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Small Business Banking

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What is Small Business Banking?

Small business banking in the United States refers to specialized services designed specifically for small and medium-sized enterprises. It offers features, benefits, and perks not available in personal banking. Small business banking allows easy access to smart business tools, higher transaction limits, merchant services, payroll processing, multiple users’ access, and more.
Money & Advice guides small businesses to make smart banking decisions, efficiently propelling business growth.

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While not always necessary, having a business account to manage finances specifically related to your business is always suggested. It offers access to online banking and other business tools, helping you navigate through the financial requirements of your small business meticulously.

You can apply for a small business bank account by visiting the bank branch of your preferred bank. You must provide certain documents such as your business license or EIN, Social Security Number, Address Proof, government-issued photo identification, and other business-related documents. Contact your preferred bank for more details.

EIN or Employer Identification Number is required to open a small business bank account.
EIN is similar to the Social Security Number but for businesses across the United States. It is mandatorily required to open a business account.

Small business banking offers access to many financial tools and features otherwise not available in personal bank accounts. It includes multiple-user access, remote deposit capture, merchant services, business credit cards, business loans, payroll processing, high-amount wire transfers, increased withdrawal limit, overdraft protection, international banking, treasury management services, business insurance services, risk management services, and more. Ascertain your business requirements and consult your preferred bank for tailored online banking services.

Both types of banks and related services have their characteristics and advantages. Online banks offer round-the-clock access to financial tools and services, ensuring efficient account management.
Traditional banking is preferred by users who value in-person handling of their cash and financial management.

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