Triodos customers have access to the unrelated personal tax app



untied, the UK’s personal tax application, today announced that it is now a partner of Triodos Bank, one of the world’s leading sustainable banks.

Triodos Bank UK personal current account customers now have access to untying, which allows them to quickly and easily obtain their tax returns by linking their bank accounts, marking income and expenses and checking them. helping to review their transactions for tax purposes. untied also provides a full, real-time tax calculation that helps users put money aside for when they come to pay their annual tax bill and file their tax returns directly to HMRC.

Triodos Bank is headquartered in the Netherlands and operates in five European countries. As a sustainable bank, Triodos customers are individuals, organizations and businesses who want to make their money grow for positive social, environmental and cultural change. It offers a range of accounts and services ranging from current accounts and loans, to savings accounts and investment opportunities.

Gareth Griffiths, Head of Retail Banking at Triodos Bank UK, said: “This new partnership with untied gives our personal checking account clients many more options to manage their tax returns. We hope that services that use Open Banking, such as untying, will bring opportunities to make administration much easier for our customers. It’s exciting to combine a sustainable bank with cutting-edge financial technology.

Kevin Sefton, CEO of Untied, said: “The ethics of Triodos Bank – challenging the conventional way in which finances are managed – mirror our own very closely, so we are delighted to partner with the bank. We also love how it encourages the banking industry to become more transparent, diverse and sustainable and allows more people to consider the impact of their money. It is an inspiring alternative for clients who want a more ethical approach from their banking provider. We look forward to working with Triodos in the future and helping its customers better understand their taxes.



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