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Earnings credit not available on this account.
If monthly item volume exceeds 150 transactions, the account becomes eligible for earnings credit and the charges for items will be as follows.
- Debits – Checks/Paper (ledger): $0.20
- Debits – Automated Clearing House (ACH): $0.15
- Credits – Paper (ledger): $0.30
- Credits – Automated Clearing House (ACH): $0.20
- Deposited Item: $0.10
- Negative Average Collected Balance Fees will apply. Refer to the FirstBank Business rate sheet for more information.
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The Mississippi Department of Banking and Consumer Finance’s (DBCF) primary mission is to provide effective supervision and regulation of Mississippi’s State-chartered banks and other financial service industries to ensure the public is provided with a convenient, safe and competitive banking environment, along with fair and lawful consumer related financial transactions.
DBCF conducts examinations of all state-chartered banks, thrifts, and credit unions, independent trust companies, mortgage lenders, small loan companies, insurance premium finance companies, motor vehicle sales companies, pawn brokers, title pledge lenders, consumer loan brokers, check cashers (payday lenders), money transmitters, and debt management service providers. DBCF’s examinations ensure these industries are in compliance with Mississippi’s laws designed to protect its citizens. DBCF also participates in programs to educate Mississippi’s consumers on financial literacy and provides a consumer complaint resolution process.
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Check Handling, DBA Check Deposits
Why do we not accept checks made out to a customer’s DBA for deposit into their personal account? I know there could be IRS issues if they are doing that to avoid reporting income to the DBA, but we have a customer upset with this practice and wanting an explanation. If this is a policy we no longer need, please let me know that, as well.
When you say a check is made out to a customer’s “DBA” I assume you mean that it is made out to the assumed name of a customer. Of course, a customer with an assumed name could be an individual (sole proprietorship) or any other business entity (corporations, LLC, partnerships, etc.). A dba isn\’t a separate business entity from the person or business entity that is operating under another name. A person or business entity can operate under another name, but the name that they are operating under does not have an existence apart from the person or business entity that is operating the business.
In Texas, dba accounts are evidenced by assumed name certificates. An assumed name does not create an entity; rather, it is a name that an entity is operating under. In addition to sole proprietorships, entities whose authority to exist comes from the Secretary of State must also file assumed name certificates with the Secretary of State. Before you change your policy on depositing checks written to the assumed name, you might read Business and Commerce Code Chapter 36 to familiarize yourself with the rules pertaining to assumed name certificates.
It would certainly be inappropriate to allow a person to deposit a check written to business entity (e.g. corporation, LLC, partnership into their personal account. The business entity and the person are not the same entity. This certainly could be a case of attempted tax evasion because the person and the entity file separate tax returns. It could also be a case of the person stealing funds from the business entity, and there could be other owners who are being cheated.
With a sole proprietorship, the business and the person are the same entity. Therefore, it isn\’t as imperative that checks written to the business not be deposited into the sole proprietor\’s personal account. However, there are a couple of issues to consider before you allow this practice:
1) If you allow these deposits for sole proprietors, your tellers will have to know if the entity that is operating under an assumed name is a sole proprietorship or another business entity that exists with authority of the Secretary of State. Do you really want your tellers to have to make the determination of whether the dba account is for a sole proprietor? Do your tellers have time to do this? Can you train them appropriately to determine this? It may be that the bank adopted this policy because it is too much to ask that a teller make this call while people are waiting in line.
2) In Texas, being a community property state, the sole proprietorship could be a single person or it could be a husband and wife operating as a sole proprietorship. If it is a husband and wife sole proprietorship, the spouse trying to deposit the check into the personal account might be trying to steal from their spouse.
There is a lot to consider here when trying to decide whether to repeal this policy. There is no law that requires this policy, but I would take the above matters into consideration before repealing it.
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Your Link Online Banking Bill Pay
You have a busy lifestyle. Work, kids, activities, and a number of other things make it hard for you to have regular visits to the bank. That’s why Dedham Savings has Your Link – online banking—to help busy people like you conduct their important banking without ever leaving your home or office. We’ve coupled it with bill pay so you can monitor all your bills, make payments, and follow your transactions from the convenience of your home, office, or while you’re on the road. All you need is a computer and an internet connection to make it happen.
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