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The researchers at Moneyfacts have once again taken a detailed look at the business current account market and awarded their annual Star Ratings accordingly. These ratings can help businesses decide which current accounts are worth considering.
The Moneyfacts Business Current Account Star Ratings compare all the features of available accounts, as well as any charges that may need to be paid, to find those products that are truly outstanding. This can save potential customers a lot of time, as it means they are able to focus solely on those accounts, mentioned below, that have already been proven to be suitable. All that remains for them to do is pick the one that works best for their personal circumstances.
"A vital product for any commercial enterprise, a business current account remains a cornerstone of the business banking market, and the sector continues to see providers innovate and evolve in order to meet the needs of businesses of all sizes," Lee Tillcock, editor of Business Moneyfacts, said. "Given the impressive range of features offered to meet the needs of modern day businesses, there are plenty of options to consider — something that the sector and regulator are clearly keen to promote. The annual Moneyfacts Business Current Account Star Ratings provide businesses with valuable insight into the quality of the features on offer, before assessing the individual costs."
Given Moneyfacts' years of experience in analysing products, businesses can choose with confidence between those current accounts that have shown the most flexibility, accessibility and ongoing quality. The full list of accounts that have earned a Star Rating of four or five is included here, but you could also take a look at our business current account chart for the best deals of the moment.
|BUSINESS CURRENT ACCOUNT|
|Bank of Ireland
|Allied Irish Bank (GB)
|COMMUNITY BUSINESS CURRENT ACCOUNT|
|Bank of Scotland
|Bank of Scotland
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