Entity Account Opening Instructions

Are you interested in opening an S-Corp, C-Corp, LLC, Partnership, or Trust account? Then you're in the right place. Although it is the 21st century, entity accounts do require some paperwork in addition to your electronic application. Below is a step-by-step illustrated guide to help you get set up. 

tastyworks does not accept non-profit entity accounts (S-Corp, C-Corp, LLC, and Partnerships). However, all trust accounts are accepted. Additionally, tastyworks does not accept international entity accounts.


How to open an Entity Account 

Instructions for opening an S-Corp, C-Corp, LLC, Partnership, or Trust account

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Gather up the following before starting your entity account application

Legal Entity Documents: Please scan the entity documents and save them as a PDF as you will need to upload them to your application.

Apex Account Agreements: Complete an account agreement form. Click the corresponding entity account agreement form below to download the form. Form guides are linked after the hyphen. Once completed, please scan the form and save it as a PDF, as you will need to upload it to your application.

Personal information of each beneficial owner (including yourself) with a 10% stake or more

  • Name
  • Address
  • Social Security Number
  • Ownership Percentage (%)
  • Email address
  • Birthdate

Choose a Trusted Contact to list on your account as an Emergency Contact. This is required due to FINRA Rule 2165, which became effective February 5, 2018.


Market Data for Entity Accounts

After submitting your entity application, an account classified as a professional will receive four professional data forms from our accounts team. To learn if your account may classify as a professional, please click here. To view market data fees and form guides for the professional data forms, please click here.