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This page collects information about potential banks for Noisebridge (a DBA to be created).  From the information given here, Noisebridge will choose a bank (at our next meeting?).
 
This page collects information about potential banks for Noisebridge (a DBA to be created).  From the information given here, Noisebridge will choose a bank (at our next meeting?).
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== Criteria ==
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Things to ask about when choosing a bank, in no particular order.
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* Low fees
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* Wire transfer rates: incoming/outgoing, domestic/foreign (esp. European)
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* Corporate credit cards for DBA members and reports
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* No-interest accounts
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* Rules for DBA - how to set up, what if DBA member changes
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* Minimum balances
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* PayPal link OK?
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* Accept personal cheque deposits
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== Potential Banks ==
 
== Potential Banks ==

Revision as of 11:04, 8 February 2008

This page collects information about potential banks for Noisebridge (a DBA to be created). From the information given here, Noisebridge will choose a bank (at our next meeting?).

Criteria

Things to ask about when choosing a bank, in no particular order.

  • Low fees
  • Wire transfer rates: incoming/outgoing, domestic/foreign (esp. European)
  • Corporate credit cards for DBA members and reports
  • No-interest accounts
  • Rules for DBA - how to set up, what if DBA member changes
  • Minimum balances
  • PayPal link OK?
  • Accept personal cheque deposits


Potential Banks

Please contact your favorite bank, and add info here.

First Republic Bank: Cornfield Electronics, the company Mitch started to create TV-B-Gone, uses this bank. The account is free, with no fees ever, except for $25 to wire money out (wiring money in is free). Mitch will contact the bank later today and see if the same would be true for a DBA.

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