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Connect your bank accounts and credit cards

Bring all of your finances together by connecting your bank accounts and credit cards to Coconut. With a real-time view of your business across all your accounts, you’ll always know where you stand.

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Plans from £3.60/month, 30-day free trial

Connect your bank accounts
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Supercharge your bank account

When you connect your bank account to Coconut, it gets a whole new lease of life! You’ll be able to see all of your transactions in the Coconut app, add receipts and notes, as well as categorise everything for tax.

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Track all your business transactions in one place

If you use multiple bank accounts or credit cards for business, you can say goodbye to spreadsheets or flicking between apps. Get a complete view of your business across every account, whenever you need it.

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Get started all year round

You don’t need to wait until the start of the tax or financial year to get organised. When you connect your account we’ll pull in 24 months of historical records from your other accounts and get to work sorting them.

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Connect as many accounts as you need to

Get a consolidated view of your business by connecting as many accounts as you need to, for full visibility of your finances and any tax owed to HMRC.

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25+ UK bank accounts and credit card providers

Coconut connects with over 25 different UK current accounts and credit cards, including: Monzo, Amex and Virgin Money.

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Common questions

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Can I try Coconut for free?

Yes you can. We offer everyone a 30 day free trial (no credit card required), so you can see how Coconut works.

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What bank and current accounts can I connect?

You can connect bank accounts and credit cards from over 25 UK providers. Take a look at the full list here.

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If my bank isn't supported, can it be added?

If you’re using a bank or current account that we don’t support at the moment, get in touch with our team by emailing support@getcoconut.com and they’ll be able to pass your feedback onto our team.

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Is Coconut secure?

Keeping our customers safe and secure is a priority at Coconut. We strive to take a secure by design approach so that security is at the heart of everything that we do. To find out more about what we’re doing to keep all of our customers secure, check out our help center article.

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How can I get in touch with the team?

You can get in touch with us through the in-app chat or by emailing support@getcoconut.com

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Coconut is the trading name of Coconut Platform Ltd, company number 09904418. Coconut is registered with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) as an Account Information Service Provider under the Payment Services Regulations 2017 (reference 931194).

Coconut provides some customers with a business current account, but is not a bank. The Coconut current account is an e-money account provided by Prepay Solutions (PPS), a trading name of Prepay Technologies Ltd, which is an electronic money institution authorised by the FCA under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (reference 900010) for the issuing of electronic money.

PPS holds all funds in a safeguarded account in accordance with the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 which protects customers against Coconut or PPS’s insolvency. The Coconut Mastercard is also issued by PPS pursuant to a licence by Mastercard International.
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