Opening a bank account in the state of Colorado is not a hard process, even if it's for your corporation or an LLC. If you're located in the state, there's nothing stopping you from taking your documents to the bank closest to your home or office and simply opening the account in one visit.
Sadly, things get a little harder if you are located outside of Colorado, especially if it's not possible for you to visit the state. However, if you still want to open a corporate or LLC bank account without having to leave your state of residence, we can help you navigate the process. Just follow this easy guide and you'll have your Colorado bank account in no time!
If you still need a registered agent, we can gladly offer our services to you. Our firm can represent your business as your registered agent in Colorado. If you do this, we will provide to you a unique address that you can use to set up your bank account and get all of your mail, including debit cards, credit cards, and check books forwarded with our mail forwarding service.
Remember, opening a bank account from a different state means you need to pick a bank that has branches in the state you reside in, as well as having branches in Colorado. You should also make sure that the bank has a way for your to open bank accounts online.
Keep in mind, you will need one of the following to open a bank account: US Passport, EIN, SSN, or a valid form of ID. Every bank has different requirements, so you should check with the bank before you try to open an account.
If you want to open a bank account, Bank of America or Wells Fargo are good options you might want to consider, with simple forms and an easy set up process. Just keep in mind what's best for you and your business, as they might charge higher fees than smaller banks. Once you get started, remember you need all the documentation that's relevant to your corporation or LLC, as well as a registered agent with an address in the state of Colorado.
To open a bank account with Wells Fargo or Bank of America, you will need two main documents: copies of your stamped or filed Articles of Organization or Articles of Incorporation, and the Bank Account Resolution you receive when you form a Colorado LLC with us. You may also need to provide a copy of the letter you receive when you apply for an EIN number. If you hire us to obtain an EIN for you, we will provide you with a copy fo the letter.
To maintain your business checking account, many banks will charge a monthly service fee that can vary from $2.99 to $9.99.
By following these recommendations, you may be able to avoid these monthly fees: