I have two questions regarding checks for my small business, but before I ask I'll give a brief background. I am the managing-member of a small service industry LLC in FL. When I say small, I mean small. I need to order checks for the rare times I need to mail payments or when the payee requests check/money order. I don't anticipate needing them more than a few times per month. So my first question is, can I order 6" "personal checks" to use for my business? They are much cheaper than 8" "business checks." They are also smaller and easier to carry around. Are there any disadvantages to doing this? Second question is should I add my name to the checks below the business name. I am familiar with the need to keep business and personal finances separate and not giving the appearance they are commingled, not piercing the corporate veil, etc. However, my intent would be to have my name under the business name followed by "MGRM" for managing-member; indicating it is not a personal check, but me signing the check on behalf of the business. I am the only person authorize user on the account, so needing the checks available for multiple users is not an issue. Security wise, if anyone stole my checkbook they would know what name to write, but at the same time they couldn't just sign any name and be able to cash it. Hopefully the person taking the check looks at an ID. I think it would also make it easier to prove that the check wasn't written by me when the signatures don't match up. Thanks for reading this long post, I appreciate any and all advice since everyone here is a lot more experience than I!