Grow Financial Federal Credit Union

Business Membership

Give Your Business An Edge With A Grow Business Membership


It’s easy for any business owner to assume they need to conduct their business transactions through a bank. But there’s another, better way: a Grow business membership. For starters, we offer all the same accounts and services you’d find at a bank, from High Yield Checking and business debit cards to Money Market and Certificate Accounts. But as a Grow member, you’ll pay lower fees and interest while earning a much higher dividend on your cash. It’s win-win-win. Now when was the last time a business decision was this easy?

View the Business Account Agreement and Business Fee Schedule.

Open a Business Account

Pick the account that’s right for your business, then visit one of our stores.

Based in Florida? Here’s What We Need

Depending on the type of business or association you run in Florida, there are a few things you’ll need to show us when you apply. Actually, it’s kind of a legal thing.

Sole Proprietorship without a Fictitious Name

  • SSN and driver’s license for all signers

Sole Proprietorship with a Fictitious Name

  • SSN and driver’s license for all signers
  • Fictitious name filing with Sunbiz
  • IRS SS-4 letter (if using EIN)

Partnership

  • SSN and driver’s license for all signers and beneficial owners
  • Business registered and active with Sunbiz
  • Partnership Agreement/meeting minutes if signer is not listed as an officer on Sunbiz
  • IRS SS-4 letter 

Not-For-Profit (Organizations/Associations)

  • SSN and driver’s license for all signers
  • Copy of meeting minutes listing officers
  • IRS SS-4 letter

Corporation (S-Corp, C-Corp, LLC)

  • SSN and driver’s license for all signers and beneficial owners
  • Business registered and active with Sunbiz
  • Articles of Organization/Incorporation or meeting minutes if signer is not listed as an officer on Sunbiz
  • IRS SS-4 letter

Important Information About Procedures for Opening a New Account

To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. What this means for you: when you open an account we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents.