The devil is in the details. The paperwork we need is going to vary based on how your business is set up.
We've found that having up-to-date documents on hand allows us to respond quickly to requests and keeps regulators happy.
Regardless of how your business is structured, everyone will need to provide a valid government issued photo ID and social security numbers for everyone who's authorized to conduct business or sign on the account. You will also need an IRS Employer Identification Number unless it indicates you can utilize the owner's social security number.
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The mortgage crisis taught us that you want to work with a lender who puts people first, not profits. Our team of home loan experts are happy to help.
Why do our members love being part of OECU? Find out below.
We have loved the support from OECU both to our Association, and to the individual businesses. OECU is community-minded and we love working with them!
– Plaza District Association
OECU has been paramount to the success of my business. They helped my vision to become a reality.
– CKE Investments
I like keeping my money local because I am a local business owner and know the importance of supporting my community and local economy.
– The Riley Group
OECU is more than just a credit union, for us, OECU is a part of our community and friends to count on. We appreciate all that they do for us.
– OKC Nothing Bundt Cakes
Oklahoma Employees Credit Union consistently chooses to invest their time and resources into making a difference in our community.
– Keep it Local OK
This is the first financial institution that has made me feel like I actually make a difference by banking with them.
– Chris I.