Opening New Accounts For LLC's
One of the most interesting types of businesses is also the most complicated. In this program you will learn how to open, document, change signers, and handle the paperwork on LLC accounts.
From the single member to the multiple member LLC, we will cover all the definitions, tax reporting, CIP, and due diligence issues for opening the deposit account of an LLC. You will receive a state-specific chart and help with understanding the ins and the outs of these deposit relationships.
What You Will Learn:
- How to open and document the LLC for Customer Identification Purposes
- Who are managers, members, and signers
- What is an operating agreement both written and oral
- Documents at account opening
- Resolutions and Signature Cards
- SSNs, EINs and when to use what
- Disregarding the single member owner for tax purposes
- Changing members and signers
- Multi-tiered LLCs where businesses and trusts are members
- LLC "doing business as"
- Beneficial ownership of the LLC
Who Should Attend
New Account Representatives, Business Bankers, Personal Bankers, Commercial Loan Assistants, Branch Managers, Training and all Frontline Personnel.
About Your Presenter
Deborah Crawford is the President of gettechnical inc. She specializes in compliance and regulations for the deposit side of financial institutions. Her 20+ year career in banking and training began at Hibernia National Bank. She has been a seminar leader for many state associations and credit union groups across the nation. She has Bachelors and Masters degrees from Louisiana State University.
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We have worked exclusively with the financial industry since our founding. Because of this, we understand the needs of training departments in financial institutions and are alert to changes which affect the industry.
Attend the live session with the opportunity to ask questions to the presenter. You also receive a link to the handouts. All registrations for a live event will be given access to the OnDemand recording, at no additional cost, for seven days following the event. This will allow a flexible alternative when last minute conflicts intrude on scheduled events.
CD-Rom includes audio and video of recorded webinar plus hard copy handouts. You will also receive 6 months access to the OnDemand weblink as an added free bonus.
Includes a weblink for unlimited viewing for 6 months after the date of the webinar as well as a link to handouts.
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Includes all three options above. Live session, OnDemand Weblink, and CD-Rom plus Hardcopy Handouts.
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Includes two of the options above. Live session and 6 months access to OnDemand Weblink plus link to handouts.
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|Common Mistakes on LLC's||9/29/2015||$265.00|
|Opening New Accounts For LLC's||CD/On-Demand||$325.00||
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