Every company is required to disclose and pay any necessary tax associated with making payments via the Revolut Business network. It is that company's responsibility to determine what, if any, taxes apply to the payments made or received through our Revolut Business Services, and to collect, report and remit the correct tax to the appropriate tax authority. We strongly recommend you to seek legal/tax advices if you are unclear on any of the tax reporting implications associated with using Revolut Business.
Setting up an account
Is my business eligible?
Selecting a business plan
- How much does it cost to use Revolut Business?
- What are my payment options?
- When does my billing period start?
- Where can I see my plan allowance and usage?
- Changing my business plan
- Can I cancel my subscription?
- What are the differences between Company and Freelancer Business plans?
- How can I get Custom plan?
- How can I change to annual/monthly billing?
- What types of accounts do we offer?
- Most frequent ineligibility reasons
- Information required for Onboarding
- Requirements for directors and beneficial owners
- Why didn't you accept my sales invoice?
- What if I don't have a website?
- Why didn't you accept my bank statement as an operating address confirmation?
- Online presence as a proof of nature of business
- I have a start up. How can I prove the nature of my business if I didn't start trading yet?
- Proof of Directors structure
- I live with someone else, I don't have my own documents for the address
- Proof of authority to open and manage the account
- Proof of Shareholders structure
- Proof of Nature of Business
- Proof of Operating Address
- What if I have a virtual address?
- What if I do not have the documents you need for my business?
- How can I resend an invitation or invite my shareholders or directors?
- Identity verification
- Card delivery as a proof of operating address
- Incorporation details