Contact Found — Banking & Taxes
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Found — Banking & Taxes Features and Description
Independent contractors to small business owners, Found has been designed to act as the banking, bookkeeping, tax and financial management tool of your dreams. Start focusing on what truly matters—discover Found. OPEN A FREE ACCOUNT IN A FEW TAPS → Easy sign-up → No credit check → No minimum balance → No monthly fees EASY-TO-USE TAX FEATURES → Personalize tax bill calculations → Automate with intelligent tax withholding → Auto-generate your Schedule C → Make tax payments from the app MANAGE LIKE A PRO → Customize your expense categorization → Capture receipts and log notes → Import transactions from alternate sources → Track and send invoices → Generate your Profit and loss statements → Gather business expense and income reports OPERATE SECURELY → Deposits are insured up to $250K through LendingClub Bank, N.A., Member FDIC. → Lock or cancel your card at any time directly from the Found app. → Real-time transaction notifications keep you on top of suspicious activity. Get all the features of a professional business account and none of the expensive fees. Download Found today to start running your business like a pro. Banking services are provided by LendingClub Bank, N.A., Member FDIC. *Early access to direct deposit funds depends on the timing of the payer's submission of deposits. We generally post such deposits on the day they are received by LendingClub Bank which may be up to 2 days earlier than the payer's scheduled payment date. Faster access to funds is based on comparison of traditional banking policies and deposit of paper checks from employers and government agencies versus deposits made electronically.