Manage your business account charges

 

 

Business account tariffs

Existing start up businesses and existing customers with turnover below £2m

You can see your business account charges in the documents below:

Business account charges booklet (PDF, 121KB)
Summarised business account charges booklet (PDF, 59KB)

Existing customers with turnover above £2m

You can see your business account charges in the documents below:

Business account charges booklet (PDF, 121KB)
Summarised business account charges booklet (PDF, 59KB)

If you are a prospective client or an existing customer with an account held at a Royal Bank in England or Wales and you are on the journey to become a customer of Williams & Glyn, please note that standard pricing differs from the brochure held on the website. Please contact your local branch or call 0345 307 0900 to arrange an appointment with a Relationship Manager who will be happy to discuss your current account requirements.

Add your signposting title here… How to minimise charges
  • When you pay money in - If you only pay in when you need to, you'll use fewer credits and save money. Keep any cash (safely) you might need, as this reduces your cash processing charges
  • When you take money out - It's more cost effective to use a cash machine than to cash cheques. And you'll save even more money if you keep withdrawals to a minimum. You might find it handy to use a business credit card as an alternative to petty cash. Over 18s only, subject to status
  • When you pay bills - It's cheaper to pay bills by Direct Debit or standing order than by cash or cheque. It's also worth using a debit card for day-to-day spending
  • When people pay you - Being able to accept debit or credit cards makes it easier for customers to pay you. See how you can set this up, or you can use our full range of payment solutions
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