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Be Business Savy with a Business Savings Account

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A business savings account is a type of business bank account that functions in a similar manner to a personal savings account. A business savings account is able to accrue interest as long as funds are kept in one. Most banks offer business savings account services to their employees.

Some of the more prominent business savings account offerings are ING Direct USA, ING Direct Orange, Bank of America, Wells Fargo Savings Bank, Fidelity Investments, Wachovia, Capital One, or Comerica.

A business that decides to open a business savings account will probably look for a high interest business savings account in order to obtain the greatest benefit available from the effort that goes into opening a business savings account.

Opening a business savings account soon after starting the company can be beneficial for accounting purposes in order to not blur the distinctions between an individual and the company. A business savings account can help individuals to protect both their own interests and the interests of the company.

Depending upon the bank where the business savings account is opened, there are different benefits that may be associated with each business savings account.

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