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Fees on current accounts in Ireland have been on the rise, with some accounts costing you more than €70 a year. But if you shop around it is possible to find a no-fee current account. In this guide, we will take you through how these accounts work, what other fees to look out for and how to find one for you.
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There are a number of no-fee current accounts in Ireland. These include:
Some of the main features to look for in a current account include:
When comparing fee-free current accounts, you should be aware of all the ways you could face charges. Look out for fees including:
Make sure you check the terms of each no-fee current account to be fully aware of any other conditions they might have, so that you understand how to avoid penalties in these areas.
You can switch to a no-fee current account using the switching service. Your bank will have a switching form on its website which you need to fill out. Once that’s done, it will contact your direct debit providers so they are redirected to your new account. The switch should be made within 10 days.
Keep in mind that digital banks may not offer the switching service, so you need to change your details yourself.
Find out more about how to switch current accounts here.
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