If you are an established business, enter your most recent quarter's transaction activity into the fields below to compare us to your current bank. You should find your transaction activity information on the charges summary from your bank.
If you are looking to set up a business, enter a full quarter's transaction activity based on your best projections to see how much it would cost with the Cumberland.
Depending on your overall type of transaction activity, either Option A or Option B will be your most suitable account. See which one is right for you...
All figures required are numbers, unless stated as currency (£)
As you can see, it seems that either Option A or B could be the most suitable account for your business. It is likely that if you contact us to review how you manage your transaction behaviour and change the way you would carry out some of your banking to suit one of the options, your business could pay even less.
(1) Maximum 5 cheques allowed per credit (2) Automated transactions. All other chargeable transactions above are manual.
Charges are calculated quarterly at the end of March, June, September and December and are deducted from accounts on or around the 26th day of the following month. The Society reserves the right to vary the above charges for high volume accounts (over £250,000 credit turnover). The charges shown are provided for illustration purposes only based on the transaction activity you have entered. The actual charges made by Cumberland Building Society will depend on future transaction activity on your account. Our charging tariff is correct at
We have designed the Current Account Switch Service to let you switch your current account from one bank or building society to another in a simple, reliable and stress-free way. It will only take seven working days. As your new current-account provider we offer the following guarantee.
Your eligible deposits with Cumberland Building Society are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK's deposit protection scheme. Any deposits you hold above the limit are unlikely to be covered.