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-Could you explain your situation a little more?Was this a corporation or a proprietorship?
DearCustomer- So long as the corporation is not dissolved then the money can be deposited into the corporate bank account. You can keep the corporation charter even after you stop doing business in order to wrap up all the affairs of the business. Once the charter is surrendered it may be difficult to cash or deposit any checks.
If you are an LLC you would have a corporate charter in order to operate as an LLC. If the business was just in your name then you would be able to keep the business account open and deposit the money just as you do now.