Deposit requirements would be based on what type of business (sole, part, corp, etc.).
Sole propriotor no one cares as long as the taxes are done what you do with your deposits.
If your talking a corp then it would be a state/SEC violation to deposit corp income into your personal account. That's called skiming. Taking money this way would be defroding shareholders.
Here is a current list with the SEC. You will find some of these companies fall into this catigory. http://www.sec.gov/divisions/enforce/claims.htm
If your stock is only owned by you then no one would care and the accountant probibly could make adjustments calling it a deposit then a draw.
If it was a partnership I would be P.O. and talking to an attorny if I found my partner was depositing business income into his personal account.