Does my LLC need its own bank account?
if your business is structured as a limited liability company (LLC) or corporation, a separate bank account is necessary because your business is legally distinct from any individuals—such as LLC members and managers or corporation shareholders, officers, and directors—and the businesss accounts must be kept separate
Can you pay yourself a salary in an LLC?
In a single-member LLC (SMLLC) or multi-member LLC (MMLLC), you can pay yourself: a distribution that passes through to your individual tax return, or. a reasonable salary and distribution as an S corporation (S corp)
Is it illegal to pay personal expenses from business account?
While you can use business funds to pay personal bills without any risk to the business structure or status, this practice of commingling funds is frowned upon by the Internal Revenue Service and investors, as they both prefer to see a separation of business and personal accounts.