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Simply Business

Simply Business Checking Account


At Texell, small business is big business, and we realize your business has unique needs. If your company is a small business or startup with limited transaction needs, why not start with a Simply Business Checking Account? It’s a straightforward business checking account yet includes all the conveniences you expect from Texell.

Benefits of Simply Business Checking:

  • Business VISA Debit Card
  • Unlimited withdrawals and deposits
  • No per-check fees
  • Low, $7 monthly fee
  • 88,000 free ATMs for easy access to your money


Our Simply Business Checking Account is perfect for small or new businesses with basic checking account needs.


Frequently Asked Questions:

You can open your business account at any branch office. During your visit, one of our business account experts will answer all your questions while opening your account. Once your account is open, it will be ready to use. You have your Business Debit Card available for immediate use.

For the most personalized experience, we recommend scheduling an appointment to open your business account.

The documentation necessary to open a Simply Business Checking Account varies by business type. Below are the requirements for a sole proprietorship.


Business Documents

• Documentation of EIN or Social Security Card of the sole proprietor
• Assumed Name Certificate filed with the County Clerk or business license


Authorized Signers: An authorized signer is any person authorized to transact on the account.

• U.S. government or state-issued photo ID
• Social security number

If you need to open an account for a limited liability corporation, limited partnership, partnership, corporation, or if you represent a church or non-profit organization, please contact us for the requirements to open your account.

Yes! Through Digital Banking, you will set up and save your accounts for quick and easy transfers 24/7.









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