Trezeo is the worry-free money account for the self-employed
A Trezeo sole trader business account gives you back control over your self-employed income. Get paid your average when work is slow and when you take time off. Get access to money to cover unexpected expenses. And save more of your money each week, and build a regular, steady pay history.
All for a simple, transparent fee.
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Get paid when work is quiet
No more uncertainty. Get paid a steady, weekly pay cheque, even during time off, by letting us average your pay across busy and slow periods so you always know what you'll bring home.
Access money when you need it
Easily withdraw the money you set aside during busy periods or request an advance when you find yourself in a bind (we've all been there).
Finally, save more money
Automatically save a percentage of your income towards lovely things like time off or to buy a new car, or for necessary things like end of year tax. This is 100% your money and can be withdrawn any time.
We put all your income sources together and pay you one single pay cheque.
Save a portion of your income. Access and withdraw anytime.
Get paid a regular, steady average pay cheque during busy and slow periods.
Access money in emergencies before your account hits £0.
When you earn a bit less than average, we'll top you up to your average pay.
Link to your bank
Trezeo can send pay cheques to all major UK bank accounts.
All for a fair fee
A Trezeo business account costs just £2 per week (representative 22.9% APR). That’s it. You only re-pay what you borrow. The APR is not an interest charge - it relates to the subscription cost annualised over the year.
Representative example: In financial jargon, the Trezeo fee equates to a
representative 22.9% APR. This assumes a credit limit of £500.
You may be offered a different credit limit as it depends on your individual circumstances.
Failure to repay or otherwise comply with your credit agreement can negatively impact your credit score.
Trezeo is not a bank. We don’t take risks with your money, and so your account won’t be covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. Instead, we keep your funds in a safeguarded account available to you whenever you want it.
Trezeo Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as a Lender (registration number 787052) and registered under the Payment Services Regulations 2017 (registration number 809375) for the provision of payment services. The Trezeo account is issued by PayrNet Limited which is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (registration number 900036) for the issuing of electronic money.
Trezeo Limited is incorporated in Ireland (registration number 586176), with its registered office at NDRC, Digital Exchange, Crane Street, Dublin 8, D08 HKR9.