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Frequently Asked Questions — Business Checking Accounts

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How do I open a business checking account?
Come in to the location nearest you and speak with a new accounts representative. Make sure you have with you:

  • Picture ID – (Utah State ID, Valid Driver's License or Current Passport)
  • Social Security number or federal tax ID number
  • Registration with State of Utah Department of Commerce(or other state's agency)
  • Initial deposit
  • Entity documents: For Partnerships: Partnership Agreement
    • - LLCs: Articles of Organization
    • - For Corporations: Articles of Incorporation
  • Other documents may be required
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How do I move my business checking account from another financial institution?
Changing banks isn't as difficult as you might think. Use the four easy steps outlined in our switch kit. Return to top

Where is the bank location closest to me?
People's Town & Country Bank has 1 location serving Southern Utah. You can also bank at any of the People's Intermountain Bank divisions including Bank of American Fork and Lewiston State Bank. Find the location nearest you. Return to top

Is People's Town & Country Bank FDIC insured?
Yes. People's Town & Country Bank is a division of People's Intermountain Bank, which is a FDIC-insured institution, which means each depositor is insured up to $250,000, though some depositors are eligible for more insurance coverage (for example, two people holding a joint account would be insured up to $500,000 with an additional $250,000 per beneficiary). To find out how much FDIC insurance you're eligible for, visit the FDIC's Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator. Return to top