Here's something we've been wondering. I don't know much about this stuff, so please excuse the sketchy explination. We have a buisness account setup for my web server company. Aside from Online bills and taxes, everything else is already payed for. I have no employees, just little old me. I was TOLD, that the only way I might be able to spend my earned money on daily expenses like groceries, DVD buying, etc, is if I gave myself a paycheck. In other words, you can't just go out to a bank, enter in an account number, and draw funds like you could with a personal account. But I figured, so long as you record that someone payed you for your services, and write yourself a check, you should be able to spend the money you earn like any other account. Is this correct? As stated before, I'm still trying to figure this stuff out before I spend anything in that account. So, Assuming this explination makes any sense to any bankers out there, care to fill me in? I'm looking to spend two recent checks on a GBA SP . This would also greatly help clear up any confusion to buy those TNG season sets I've been holding off on. Thanks!