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  • ​Attention: Current Business Loan Members


    ​​The Commercial Loan Department needs a copy of your 2017 business and personal tax returns, and updated personal and business financial statements to meet regulatory requirements.

  • Information regarding the Electronic Deposit of your Tax Refund


    ​Please provide the IRS with your account number in the proper format for direct deposit of your tax refund.
    See the guidelines below:

    To request that your tax refund be deposited into your Checking Account, the transaction need to be presented as a“checking” transaction and requires you to provide your account number in the same format as it appears at the bottom of your checks. This is always a ten-digit number that starts with a “1.” It is found to the right of the number “275976655,” which is the routing number for CoVantage. We recommend using checking whenever possible.


    To request that your tax refund be deposited into your Savings Account, your account number must be presented as a 15-digit number. To figure this number you will need:

    1. Your account number written out as a 10-digit number. Most base account numbers are between 6 and 1 digits long. In order to make it a 10-digit number, zeros must be added. For example, for account number 12345, the number would be presented as 0000012345.
    2. Your 4 digit share ID. Account IDs are listed on your statement and can also be viewed on MyCoVantage. For example, a share ID could be 0000.

    To put your 15-digit savings account number all together, put a number “1” at the beginning, then put the 10-digit number as explained above, and finally put the 4-digit share ID. Using the above example, an electronic format of an ACH account number for savings is: 100000123450000.

    Please call us at 715-627-4336, option 4, if you need assistance.

    Visit our Electronic Transactions page to learn more.