I've created an LLC under my name for my contract work (taxed as a sole proprietorship). Because of this, I'm planning to open a Solo 401k, and due to that I'm planning to pay myself income based on what my LLC makes per year. (Hopefully those contracts will keep rolling in.)
Because I have to pay myself, I'd like to keep my business assets separate from my personal assets. As such, I'm thinking about opening a business bank account - possibly consisting of a checking account, and maybe some other options. (I don't even really know what a business needs, honestly.)
A business bank account must be different than a personal bank account (or else there would be no distinction.) When opening a business bank account for the first time, what traits or options must one look for?