This week, after the deletion of a planned tax cut for millions of self-employed people, we look at how small business owners can deal more with the money from their business.
We have added two of our favorite business payment accounts, a good all-round mobile card reader, a leading savings account and a fast broadband deal.
Save money, earn money: this is Money has selected the best buy deals that deserve your attention this week
Yorkshire Bank – upper current account for small businesses
The current account of Yorkshire Bank's current account makes the list for its 25-month free bank offer (returning to £ 5 thereafter).
This means that during this period there will be no monthly account costs or service costs for direct debit or other automated transactions, cash deposits and withdrawals up to £ 250,000 per year.
It is open for start-ups in the first trading year or new small businesses with a turnover of less than £ 2 million that switch their main business payment account.
Yorkshire Bank also offers useful manuals for small businesses, for example about writing a business plan and growing your business online
>> Read more about the best business flow accounts in our complete revision
Starling Bank – no monthly current account
Unlike many of its competitors, Starling Bank does not charge a fee for keeping its business account.
The challenger bank also ignores costs for electronic payments, domestic transfers or cash withdrawals. Starling has no branches and the account can only be accessed via its smartphone app.
The account is limited to entrepreneurs who have a limited liability company and are the only person with considerable control over this.
Square – good all-round card reader
Square card machine is a good all-rounder. The device costs £ 39 and transaction costs are levied at a competitive rate of 1.75 percent. It can even be used when a card is not present.
Fast deposits is a remarkable feature of Square. Funds are automatically transferred to the bank account of the seller within one or two business days.
This is Money has worked with Square to offer free processing of the first £ 1,000 in transactions for new card reader customers
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Virgin Money – market-leading savings account
Virgin offers a marketing solution that offers 1.75 percent fixed interest on its savings account with two fixed amounts for small businesses.
Customers can choose between monthly and annual interest payments.
Virgin also gives free access to her bank lounges – which can be used to organize business meetings – as an extra incentive.
A minimum of £ 1,000 is required to open the account.
TalkTalk – high-speed business broadband
Among the leading broadband deals in the market, TalkTalk & # 39; s & # 39; Simply Broadband & # 39; rate with internet speeds of up to 76 Mbps, unlimited downloads and 7-day UK business support costs £ 29.95 per month.
A setup fee of £ 8.99 also applies.
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