I suspect this is a situation faced by many bootstrapped startups, so I hope this forum has some insights.
You start working on your idea and open several accounts to support it along the way. Think, AWS, Twilio, PivotalTracker, Sendgrid etc.. Of course, all of these accounts are on your personal card and in your name. Then you incorporate as Company A, and open a bank account for Company A, but all of the previous accounts are still there and charging your personal account.
With the understanding that you don't want to co-mingle any of your personal accounts with corporate operations, what is the recommended way to clear the slate so to speak so that your newly formed company is cleanly broken off from its pre-incorporated past?
Can this be handled just by having the corporation pay back the founding team/account holders using an expense process? Or is there a better strategy/process for making this transition?