Savings for my business
Our Business Saver account is available to Sole Traders, Partnerships, Limited Companies, Public Limited Companies, registered Charities, Housing Associations, Clubs and Associations.
Our Easy Access Business Saver allows you to make up to two withdrawals a month but you don't need to give us any notice.
The right choice for your business savings?
We have been in existence for more than 160 years and remain committed to being an independent, mutual organisation that continues to put our members' needs first in everything we do.
We have significant investments from individuals, local authorities, solicitors, charities and a range of local businesses, all of whom are attracted to The Cambridge by a combination of our financial strength, stability, and the quality of our service.
In addition to our business savings options we offer a Council Saver account which is available to both Parish and Town Councils.
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If you would like to discuss your business or council savings needs we'll be happy to help just get in touch.
Our business and council savings accounts
|Account name||Minimum investment||Interest rate||Interest type||Interest paid||Access||Withdrawals|
|Easy Access Business Saver (Issue 2)||£1,000+||0.15%
|Two per calendar month||Find out more|
|Easy Access Council Saver (Issue 2)||£1,000+||0.15%
|Variable||Annually||Via dedicated account manager||Two per calendar month||Find out more|
The Gross rate is the contractual rate of interest payable before deduction of income tax at the rate specified by law.
The Annual Equivalent Rate (AER) is a notional rate which illustrates what the gross interest rate would be if interest was paid and added to the account annually.
Tax treatment and rate of interest payable may change in the future.
Interest will be paid at the gross rate. From 6th April 2016, we stopped deducting tax from the interest you pay on your savings. The receipt of interest gross by a company will not prevent that interest from being liable to corporation tax. For information regarding tax or how to make a self-assessment tax return, please contact HMRC. Unfortunately we are unable to help you with this.
Interest will be paid at the gross rate.