Is £5 a month a lot for a club bank account? I spend £5 a week on sweets, and I'm on a low income. Confused. I know we're not that skint, but sounds like we need to apply for Universal Credit if we can't afford £5 a month on bank charges? I would only be trading up to bigger banks at the moment, not 'Uncle Joe's Quality Banking Company and Friends'. If the energy market is anything to go by, anyway
I've just checked the documentation, as the BPC also bank with HSBC.It appears that if you're a Not for profit charity (including charitable trusts, clubs and societies) and your annual turnover is less than £100k, then you should have a community account. These accounts seem exempt from the monthly account maintenance fees, as well as most of the other charges. Might be worth having a chat with HSBC about it.https://www.business.hsbc.uk/-/media/library/business-uk/pdfs/business-banking-pricelist.pdfB
We have the same problem too, wanting a bank that does not charge £5 a month like HSBC. Does Metrobank charge?
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