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  1. […] Opening a business checking account makes your handmade business legitimate and keeps your personal money totally out of the picture. It also makes your bookkeeping easier, because all of your business related transactions are kept in one place. I talked about this yesterday in Does my handmade business need a bank account? […]

  2. Thank you for this… I will keep this in mind for when I more seriously start working on starting something of my own.. Pinning it for reference too

  3. Well, this is certainly something to think about, as I am hoping to turn my creative projects (notecards, etc.) into a little business!

  4. I agree if your a business owner you need a separate bank account and never borrow money for it for anything. Even though it might be easy at times especially if your out of money in your personal account and there is something you want to do or that needs paid. Bl

  5. Great advice especially for new handmade business owners. It still goes along with inspiring them to do things the right way.

  6. Hmm. You know, I had a thought about this the other day when someone hired me to do their color analysis. I thought again, “should I put this in another account?” But at the time, I decided it wasn’t worth the hassle. Now, you’ve inspired me to think again! I like the idea of separating purchases for my biz from other ones. Thx!

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