1. Apply for a different business bank account
Keeping personal and business funds in two separate accounts reminds you of where to get or put money whenever there's a need or opportunity.
A personal savings plan is a great way to secure your short and long-term goals, such as an educational fund for your children, a down payment for your dream house, retirement, or pocket money for periodic travels. Meanwhile, opening a business bank account puts you in a safe and convenient financial position. For one, you're aware that you must use it exclusively to pay salaries and bills, buy supplies and equipment, and collect payments from clients or customers.
A dedicated company bank account also lets you avoid any confusion or uncertainty when the annual tax period comes, as one look at your bank statement can easily reveal how much money your business made and spent.
Most companies go for a business checking account to ensure that only authorized company officers have access to the funds, so this may be worth considering.