Get paid

Get paid a steady pay cheque even when work is slow or you take time off, with Trezeo

Time to take control of your
self-employed income

Take home the same amount even if your hours and earnings fluctuate.

No more uncertainty

Get paid a steady, weekly pay cheque, even during time off, by letting us average your pay, and top-up your pay when you need it, so that you always know what you'll bring home.

Money when you need it

Instantly 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!

Automatically save a portion of your income towards planned time off or expenses, like end of year tax. This is 100% your money and can be withdrawn any time.

Features

Aggregate income

Auto-Save

Income Top-ups

Income Advances

Build Credit

Link to your bank

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.

You're in good hands

FCA authorised

We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. You're in good hands.

Bank-level security

Our advanced 256-bit encryption and security mean we never access your bank details. All of your sensitive data is safe.​

Your money is yours

Money is held in a separate payment account. We will never invest, lend or take any risk with it. It's 100% yours.

World-class support

You work flexibly, so do we. While we hope you never need it, Trezeo customers can contact us via email, phone, face-to-face or social media.

Worry-free finances so you can work smarter, not harder.

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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.