Revolut Business is open to sole traders in Australia

Business banking · 23 May 2024Revolut Australia


It’s official — sole traders can now sign up to a Revolut Business account in Australia.

Managing a business as a sole trader is about to get a whole lot easier, faster, and more cost-efficient. Plus – for a limited time, Australian sole traders can get a 1-month trial¹ on our Grow or Scale company plan with no subscription fees.

Read on to find out why Revolut Business offers the best tools for sole traders in Australia.

One account. 25+ currencies.

Send and receive money, locally or globally, with no hidden transfer fees. Exchange currencies at the interbank rate within your plan allowance.

Stress-free spend management

Track spend with analytics, set card limits, manage expenses, and freeze/unfreeze cards in-app. Always stay across your spend.

Got a team? Level up their spending

Invite employees and easily manage levels of access with a tap. Issue secure physical and virtual debit cards for all, worldwide.

Link and sync with popular apps and tools

Stop getting buried under admin. Save time and optimise processes with easy integrations of popular apps, including Xero and Slack.

If you’re a sole trader looking to make your financial management light work, look no further. Sign up to Revolut Business today so you can get your 1-month trial.

¹ Offer available until 30 June 2024 to new Australian Revolut Business customers only. The subscription fees for the chosen plan will be waived for the first (1) month, but other charges may still apply such as exchange and transfer fees. Please see the Business Subscription Fee Waiver Promotion T&Cs for more details. Applicants will be able to cancel at no cost, at any point before the end of the 1-month subscription fee waiver period. Once an account is activated, applicants can order metal cards (number dependent on which plan is chosen). If the applicant chooses to downgrade or cancel the plan during the 1-month subscription fee waiver period, they may be charged a fee for the metal card. Please see the Business fee pages for more information on card fees, downgrading, and cancellation.

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