Welcome to Trust Alliance Online

We offer a wide range of bank accounts for your personal banking needs.

Our bank accounts include transaction accounts for everyday banking and savings accounts to help you save faster. Compare our bank accounts today to find the right one for you.

Find the below our personal bank account.

Current Account

Earn cashback on your household bills and interest on your balance for a £5 monthly fee to maintain the account.

  • Monthly interest of 1.50% AER / 1.49% gross (variable) Interest is only paid on balances up to £20.000
  • Up to 3% cashback on selected household bills
  • Pay in at least £500 into your account each month and have at least 2 active Direct Debits
  • £30 monthly fee to maintain the account
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Savings Account

Secure the future of your children with a Trust Alliance Online Bright Kids Account. This is a specially designed high interest earning Savings Account that helps to ensure that your dreams for your children are realized. The Trust Alliance Online Bright Kids Account can be used as security for a loan to meet urgent needs such as paying your child’s school fees or medical bills..

  • Competitive interest rates
  • No monthly account-keeping fees
  • Investment not tied to a fixed period
  • May be used to secure loans and overdrafts.
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Term deposit account

If you have savings that you would like to keep, you can arrange to lock them away for three months to five years with a term deposit account. There is no additional deposit or withdrawal permitted within this agreed term.

  • Main features

  • Guaranteed interest rates - up to 2.08% Gross*/2.00% AER+. This rate is available on our 60 month Term Deposit – Interest Capitalised at Maturity, if held for the full term.
  • Minimum deposit of £2,000 – Maximum deposit of £5,000,000
  • Withdrawals or early closure are not permitted during the fixed term.
  • Securely backed by the Government Guarantee
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Individual Retirement Account

The most common IRA’s are Traditional and Roth. Provided that you are aware and abide by the rules and restrictions, an IRA can be one of the most efficient, cost-effective, and beneficial vehicles you have for funding your retirement. Besides the structure that IRAs provide to your retirement plan, they also have tax advantages. While you have your choice of investments and any investment can lose value, an IRA will essentially help you keep more of your potential gains, which can help you accumulate more with the power of compound interest or reinvested dividends or returns.

  • Keep your old 401k working for you
  • IRA contributions and income rules may vary from year to year.
  • Take advantage of every savings strategy you can. A AEB conversion may help you do that.
  • While these benefits are important, it’s also vital to understand that IRAs have distribution rules that make it costly for you to withdraw funds before you retire. This is by design, and discourages early withdrawals. Withdrawals made before the mandated retirement age from an IRA are taxable and may result in a penalty, draining away any tax savings you may have reaped from making contributions through the years.
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