Small Business Checking Account

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Small Business DBA Checking Account**

Separate your “Doing Business As” business finances from your personal finances with the AMEFCU Small Business DBA Checking Account.   

To become a “Doing Business As” or DBA Member of AMEFCU, you must first qualify and become a Personal Member of the credit union. 

We require a Massachusetts DBA Certificate allowing you to operate your business under a name other than your own. This also allows you the ability to utilize either your own Social Security Number (SSN) or a separate Tax Identification Number (TIN) as your tax identifier. 

  • Visa® Debit Card
  • Online Banking
  • Mobile Banking
  • Bill Pay Service
  • E-Statements
  • Set up direct deposit
  • Unlimited check writing
  • Transfer funds from to or from your other AMEFCU accounts
  • Set your Small Business DBA Savings Account as an Overdraft Account for your AMEFCU Small Business DBA Checking Account

You will receive either a mailed paper statement or an e-mailed e-statement notification (whichever you prefer) each month. This is a non interest bearing account.   

Account TypeMinimum Opening Deposit
Small Business DBA Checking Account$25.00

To open the above mentioned account, we will require the following…

  • Proof of new or existing Personal & DBA Membership
  • Unexpired State or Federal Government issued identification such as a driver’s license, passport or United States Military identification with a photo on it. 
  • A Tax Identification Number such as a Social Security Number
  • State of Massachusetts Doing Business As (DBA) Certificate
  • $5.00 to open your account in the form of check, currency or internal account transfer

**The Small Business DBA Checking Account is for dba designation only.

We reserve the right to change the terms of this account at any time with proper notice.

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