[Noisebridge-discuss] RE: noisebridge money stuff
matt at peterson.org
Fri Feb 8 17:31:36 UTC 2008
As noted in the thread - the preference is a credit union or bank that
isn't a big major 3 - First Republic would fine.
I suggested US Bank, which I've used in my past DBA'ism - as they
offer a no-monthly-fee account <http://www.usbank.com/cgi_w/cfm/small_business/products_and_services/checking/checking_acct_comp_sb.cfm
>. I'm agnostic with this vs. USAA or even Redwood CU. In my
personal world I have both a CU and typical bank; with the bank being
useful for international traveling w/ a 24/7 call number to up limits
(silly US to Euro conversion). This doesn't apply to us but wire
transfers in from Europe might be a metric to weight against.
Initially we're shooting for a Paypal account and another other form
of automatic deposits, likely standard bank transfers.
I agree with Marc's suggestion to avoid interest accounts at this
point to keep the tax situation as easy as possible.
On Feb 8, 2008, at 12:24 AM, Mitch Altman wrote:
> I'm fine with being volunteered as part of a DBA for Noisebridge
> with Rachel, Jake, Matt, and Andy. Let's open a bank account! Did
> we pick a bank? Cornfield Electronics (my company for TV-B-Gone)
> uses First Republic, which I like a lot (I liked them a lot more
> before they were bought by Merrill Lynch, but I still like them --
> and accounts are free).
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