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UK Designers - Why + how to open up a US bank account

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07-23-2007, 09:07 PM
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Hey I wrote an article on my blog for all you UK based designers. It shows you how to set up a US bank account and shows the changes over the last year in exchange rates which have caused the designs you sell in dollars to mean less to you. Check it out.


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just go to WAMU i think they allow international accounts..

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Great article commented Care to link exchange with www.belvos.com ?

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Nice article, I'm from the US but im sure its helpful, only problem is alot of people here are younger then 18, and you can't open a checkings account in the us unless your 18 (I think its 16 there), you can however open a savings account

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