This is an account that you can:
There are many ways to deposit money:
Ways of receiving money vary too:
A current account is an account for day-to-day use. Two or more people can set up a current account together and call it a joint account. It works like a current account except each person has a cheque-book and card.
How do I choose a current account?
There will be a bank or
building society current account to suit your particular needs.
All banks and many building societies have a range of current accounts targeted at those with specific needs or preferences. Types of current account are listed here:
Types of account include:
Who can have a current account?
Almost anyone can, depending on their credit history. People who have a bad credit history due to not payment of outstanding bills and loans, county court judgements against them or a history of fraud may find that they have fewer options open to them.
Who can provide me with a current account?
All the main high street banks offer a range of current accounts. Many of the building societies do also as well as most of the internet banks . A list of the main providers can be found below.
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