Business Accounts

There is no such thing as a typical small business. One thing, however, that all small businesses have in common is the need for a bank account. Each business will have its own specific needs and each will want a different range of services from its bank. You should shop around to see what the banks have on offer and how closely each matches your needs. This section introduces you to some of the basic information you need on business accounts, as well as our useful business account finder tool.

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