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Unemployed? Now your bank could fine you if you are made redundant

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Workers who have been made redundant could find themselves fined by their bank if they hold a "best-buy" current account. Most banks offer at least one account that offers favourable rates of interest and other perks for those who pay in their salary or, typically, a minimum £1,000 each month.

 

But with unemployment fast heading for 3m, increasing numbers of people who opened these accounts will find them hard to maintain in a recession. Banks with these accounts include Abbey, Alliance & Leicester, Lloyds TSB, Halifax and First Direct.

 

In the majority of cases, you will automatically lose the benefits of the account if you can no longer meet the funding requirement. And you could find yourself unexpectedly paying for your account. First Direct customers will be hit the hardest as it charges £10 a month to current account holders who do not pay in £1,500.

 

Customers with Alliance & Leicester's Premier or Premier Direct current account could also end up paying if they do not ditch the account. A&L requires a minimum monthly funding of £500. Advantages of the accounts include up to 6% for balances in credit and a no-interest overdraft.

 

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Unemployed? Now your bank could fine you if you are made redundant | Money | The Observer

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