Business Accounts

By: East Sussex Credit Union  25/06/2015
Keywords: banking, personal loans, Home Loans

Our Business Membership Account is for businesses, social enterprises and voluntary groups based in East Sussex. Once your organisation has been allocated a membership number you will receive full details about how to deposit and withdraw funds. A one-off £5 membership fee will be deducted from the first deposit made to the Business Membership account. Business members can place up to £25,000 on deposit with the credit union). Deposits will attract the same dividend rate as individual members. Sole traders must take out a personal loan however this maybe be used for business purposes

Keywords: banking, buisness accounts, business loans, Home Loans, personal loans, Sole traders,

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