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Best Buy - Client Accounts

Compare the best client money accounts for solicitors and other professional practices. These accounts allow you to keep customer money separate from your business’ capital.

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Professional Practice Easy Access - Issue 2
0.90%
None£25000


High Value Capital
0.75%
90 Day£10000


High Value Deposit
0.50%
35 Day£5000


95 Day Notice
0.40%
95 Day£500


95 Day Notice
0.40%
95 Day£500


Call Deposit
0.30%
Instant£1


Liquidity Manager 95 Day
0.25%
95 Day£1


Liquidity Manager 95 Day
0.25%
95 Day£1


No Notice Client Deposit Issue 3
0.25%
None£100


Company Deposit
0.20%
Instant£1
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5 Year Business Fixed Rate Bond Issue 4
1.65%
5 Year Bond£5000


3 Year Business Fixed Rate Bond Issue 7
1.40%
3 Year Bond£5000


2 Year Business Fixed Rate Bond Issue 10
1.30%
2 Year Bond£5000


Business 95 Day Saver
0.70%
95 Day£10000


Business Instant Saver
0.55%
None£10000
Last Updated: Saturday 3 December 2016 00:07

Moneyfacts.co.uk Best Buys show the best products chosen by our independent experts. Where we have been able to we have also provided a link for you to open an account today. Products shown with a yellow background are sponsored products.

The UK Government has proposed to increase the deposit protection level from £75,000 to £85,000 of eligible deposits from 30 January 2017.

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Client accounts explained…

  • Keep your clients’ money separate to your business’ deposits in a segregated client account
  • Some accounts are restricted to certain types of business (such as a solicitor’s practice)

Client accounts allow you to keep your customers’ money separate from your business’. They can either allow instant access to the cash, or require you to give notice before making a withdrawal.

Some client accounts can only be opened by certain type of professional practice or business, such as a solicitor or an accountant.

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