Lloyds Business Current Accounts

Compare Lloyds Business Current Accounts

Business current accounts from Lloyds are intended to provide customers with a service that can be tailored to suit the needs of their business. With a business current account deal from Lloyds customers can also expect several extras and benefits that are designed to help smaller businesses that may be starting up. The following are some examples of these features:  

  • Access to a relationship manager who can provide free financial advice
  • The use of Sage Planning Business Software
  • A trial of Sage Start-up, with a 50% discount included with a Lloyds business  current account
  • Mobile, computer and telephone banking with 18 months of free banking

Many customers are often tempted to keep their personal and business current accounts with the same provider (as many banks will offer customers extra benefits). However, it is always advisable to shop around and compare business current accounts to find the best possible offer.

Compare Business Current Account Deals
 AccountInterest (AER)Account ChargeCheque ChargeDebit CardFeaturesApply
0.00%£0.71p (Free for first 18 months)yes18 months FREE business banking (save up to £480). £500 fee free overdraft. No annual fee on credit card for first 12 months.Up to £1,000 of free start up benefits.call 033 3355 9428Call Now >
n/a0.5% of cheque valueyesNo credit checks, pay in at Barclays branches and at the Post Office , pay bills using Faster Payments from your smart-phone, UK call centre.Call Now >

Using this account, customers will not be charged for any transactions whatsoever for 18 months and there is also no limit to the number of transactions that can take place.

 

After this period, customers will be offered a monthly price plan as part of their business current account deal, meaning that they will be subject to a fixed fee for a limited number of monthly transactions.

 

Although customers will have to pay for their transactions, this agreement will mean that they can set an agreed number of transactions to suit the needs of their business.