Personal Taxes

Triodos prospects have limitless entry to the personal tax app

Untied, the UK’s private tax app, announced today that it has partnered with Triodos Bank, one of the world’s leading sustainable banks.

Triodos Bank’s private checking account customers in the UK now have access to unbound, so they can manage their tax returns quickly and easily by linking their bank accounts, tagging income and expenses, and helping them verify their transactions against tax. Untied also offers a full real-time tax calculation that helps users put the right money aside when paying their annual tax bill and filing their tax returns directly with HMRC.

Triodos Bank is headquartered in the Netherlands and operates in five countries across Europe. As a sustainable bank, Triodos customers are individuals, organizations and companies who want to use their money for positive social, environmental and cultural change. It offers a range of accounts and services, from checking accounts to loans, savings accounts and investment opportunities.

Gareth Griffiths, Head of Retail Banking at Triodos Bank UK, commented: “This new partnership with untied gives our personal checking account customers much more opportunities to navigate their tax returns. We hope that services that use Open Banking, as shown below, offer opportunities to considerably simplify administration for our customers. It’s exciting to combine sustainable banking with leading financial technology. “

Kevin Sefton, Untied CEO said, “Triodos Bank’s ethos – challenging the conventional way of managing its finances – reflects ours very well, so we are excited to be working with the bank. We also love the way it encourages the banking sector to become more transparent, diverse and sustainable, and allows more people to be aware of the impact of their money. It’s an inspiring alternative for clients who want a more ethical focus from their banking provider. We look forward to working with Triodos in the future to help their customers get better insight into their taxes. ”

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