Bank Overdraft Charges in Ireland

An overdraft is an additional amount of money that is drawn down from a current account when it is in debit. Overdrafts are generally supposed to a short-term facility used to temporarily increase your cashflow. An overdraft can be seen as a  loan you arrange through your current account. It allows you to spend more […]
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Current Bank Account Charges and Fees in Ireland

Latest : See our Comparison of  Bank Charges in Ireland   with all the latest account charges compared. Ulster Bank is now charging €2 a month admin fee – with no waivers. If the account balance falls below €3000 in a month they will also charge transaction fees.  More details here PTSB  .    PTSB customers […]
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Ulster Bank Current Account Fees

Since April 19th 2019 – Ulster Bank have changed the way they apply admin fees and also began charging transaction fees on many accounts. Ulster Bank will now charge most customers  €2 a month admin fee. (see below for exceptions). This €2 fee cannot be avoided by keeping your account balance above a certain amount. […]
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Business Bank Account Charges Compared

Business Bank Account Charges in Ireland – a Comparison. If you run a business – as a sole trader or a limited company , you should probably have a business current account with a bank. Small sole traders  or freelancers could probably manage without a business bank account – but it is a good way […]
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