Barclays Business Savings Accounts

Barclays business savings accounts are generally offered to customers in two different formats, instant access or long term deals.


  • Instant Access accounts allow customers to access their money with relative ease and at short notice, although interest rates may be slightly less favorable compared to other fixed rate or similar long term offers.
  • Long term accounts generally provide customers with the best return with improved interest rates, but may be less flexible in terms of accessibility, often requiring customers to give a period of notice before any money can be withdrawn.


When searching for a suitable business savings account, doing a comparison of different providers is always recommended, as it provides customers with a useful way of narrowing down the best business savings account deals that are available.

See our comparisons table below, where you can compare and contrast business savings accounts not just from Barclays, but from other providers as well:

Business Savings Selection
ProviderAccountRate TermApply
1.50%1 YearMore Info >
1.50% gross/AER. £1,000 minimum opening balance. No withdrawals.
1.00%6 MonthsMore Info >
1.00% gross/AER. £1,000 minimum opening balance. No withdrawals.
0.85%Easy AccessMore Info >
0.85% gross/AER. £1,000 minimum opening balance. Unlimited withdrawals.
Barclays business savings accounts

Instant Access & Business Savings Accounts:


  • Active Saver Account – no limit to accessing finance and a good interest rate regardless of the Base Rate (75% of the Bank of England base rate is paid by Active Saver).
  • Base Rate Reward Savings Account – No minimum balance is required if you do not withdraw for one month and the Bank of England base rate is paid by the Base Rate Reward Account.
  • Business Saver Account – high interest rates and easy to access your businesses finances.
  • Business Base Rate Tracker – guaranteed interest on business savings that run parallel to the Bank of England Base Rates and easy access to finances.
  • Client Saver Account – this type of business account is made for you to hold your client’s money, while earning interest.


Long-term Savings & Business Savings Accounts:


  • Base Rate Reward – in this type of long-term account there is no minimum balance and the Bank of England is paid by the base Rate Reward if you do not withdraw for one month.
  • Sterling Treasury Deposits – A variety of options to choose from including fixed term, call and notice deposits.