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Business Notice Accounts

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  • United Trust Bank Business 200 Day Notice Issue 2
    AER
    1.90%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    200 Day
    Interest Paid
    Yearly
    Go To Provider's Site
  • United Trust Bank Business 100 Day Notice Issue 3
    AER
    1.75%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    100 Day
    Interest Paid
    Yearly
    Go To Provider's Site
  • Allica Bank 95-Day Notice Savings Account (Issue 1)
    AER
    1.70%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    95 Day
    Interest Paid
    Anniversary
    Go To Provider's Site
  • Cambridge & Counties Bank 95 Day Business, Trust and Charity Notice Issue 16
    AER
    1.65%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    95 Day
    Interest Paid
    Yearly
    Further Options ˅
    Go To Provider's Site
    AER
    1.65%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    95 Day
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
    Go To Provider's Site
  • Redwood Bank 95 Day Business Savings Account (Issue 11)
    AER
    1.45%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    95 Day
    Interest Paid
    Anniversary
    Further Options ˅
    Go To Provider's Site
    AER
    1.45%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    95 Day
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
    Go To Provider's Site
  • United Trust Bank Business 40 Day Notice Issue 1
    AER
    1.40%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    40 Day
    Interest Paid
    Yearly
    Go To Provider's Site
  • Redwood Bank 35 Day Business Savings Account (Issue 6)
    AER
    1.30%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    35 Day
    Interest Paid
    Anniversary
    Further Options ˅
    Go To Provider's Site
    AER
    1.30%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    35 Day
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
    Go To Provider's Site
  • Recognise Bank Business 95 Day Notice Account - Issue 1
    AER
    1.85%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    95 Day
    Interest Paid
    Anniversary
    Further Options ˅
    AER
    1.85%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    95 Day
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
  • Oxbury Bank Farm Business 95 Day Notice - Issue 2
    AER
    1.70%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    95 Day
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
  • Moneycorp Bank 90 Day Notice Account
    AER
    1.60%
    Account Type
    Business Variable
    Notice
    90 Day
    Interest Paid
    Monthly
Note

Eligible deposits with UK institutions are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme up to a maximum level of protection of £85,000 per business per institution. The deposits of most businesses are covered up to the £85,000 limit, but businesses should check with their bank before they apply as there are exclusions.

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Notice account basics

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Nigel Woollsey

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At a glance

  • Higher savings balances can earn better rates of interest.
  • Fixed savings bonds and notice accounts can offer higher interest rates for money your charity doesn’t need short term access to.

What is a business notice savings account?

A business notice savings account is an account that requires the business to serve a set number of days’ notice to withdraw their funds. Notice periods can range from 7 days through to 180 days or more.

Notice business savings FAQs

Can I open a notice account for my business?

Yes, most notice business accounts are available to a range of organisations, from the self-employed, micro businesses through to private limited companies.

How much money do I need to open a notice savings account for my company?

There are notice accounts available for businesses that start with a minimum deposit of £1.

How do I get the best savings rate for my notice business savings account?

A higher balance could get you a higher rate, usually some of the better rates start from £10,000. In addition, a longer notice period could also equate to a higher rate. However, it’s not always the case as some providers choose to be more competitive to secure business deposits and may offer improved rates for notice periods.

What is the difference between a business savings account with a notice period versus a business bond?

A bond will offer you a fixed rate of interest for a fixed duration of time, whereas notice accounts usually have a variable rate of interest. This means the bank or building society can change this rate at any time (subject to giving you written notice of the change in advance).

Both products usually include penalties if you try to access your funds before the notice period set or the fixed term ends.

Why not also look at our best rates for business bonds and easy access business savings accounts?

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