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Easily Open a Business Bank Account in UK and Start New Business

by Benny Gala DNS Accountants

Process to Open Business Bank Account:

It is not legally required that you have a business account in case you are running a business in UK. You can use a third party gateway. But it is not permanent solution for your issue at last you need to open a current bank account. Now the question is arrive that you a UK resident or non UK resident. If you are a UK resident you cannot face any difficulty; it is a simple process for you. Problems are in case of non-resident. If non UK resident is managing huge amount in their country account and they have goodwill with the bank than they ask their bank for help to opening account in UK. Otherwise DNS accountants has reputation in bank account opening. They can help you.

 

Current Bank account depends on Business Structure:

It is depends on your company size and the turn over. It is also ask the type of business. It accepts for these:

Sole Traders

Limited Company

Business Partnerships

Required Document for Bank Account in UK:

Valid Passport

UK Driving License

Legal Address Proof

 

These documents must be original and valid. You need to verify your office address also.

Open Bank Account Online:

You can open your bank account online. It is very important for non-residents. They can provide their document online with the attachment of valid signature. They can send all documents online via mail or any other online source.

What is role of DNS Accountants?

DNS has an important role in open bank account services for non UK resident. They are providing these services last 10 years. They have reputation in UK. They are helping thousands clients in opening business bank accounts throughout the years. You can contact with DNS Accountants.


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About Benny Gala Senior   DNS Accountants

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Created on Apr 4th 2018 08:27. Viewed 695 times.

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