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Commingling personal money in a corporate account creates grounds for an adversary who may sue you or your corporation to claim what is known in the law as the "alter ego doctrine." This means that the adversary can claim that because you treat your corporation as if it were your personal property, that the court should void the corporation's separate existence and treat it as if it is simply you under another name. What follows is that the court could hold you personally liable for the corporation's debts.
So, yes, it's potentially a very big problem.
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OK, thanks for your response on the potential legal drawbacks. But my question was really "will the bank accept my deposit".
Oh Yes, the bank will accept the deposit, if you endorse the check in your personal name before you deposit it into your sccount.
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