The calculator below will help you work out how much you could be charged for overdraft use with our temporary support in place.
If you think that your overdraft will be unaffordable even with the temporary support in place, please follow the information in the correspondence we sent you regarding this support to see other help that is available.
If you don’t already have the support in place, we can no longer accept applications for overdraft support. If you're still financially impacted by coronavirus, tell us as soon as possible and we may be able to help. Find out more details.
You can use our standard overdraft calculator to work out charges based on our standard pricing.
Representative Example: Based on an assumed arranged overdraft of £1,200 for an HSBC Bank Account, the rate is 0% EAR (variable) on the first £25, 39.9% EAR (variable) on anything after that, giving a representative rate of 38.9% APR (variable)
This representative example isn't reflective of the temporary overdraft measures put in place from 9 April to support our customers.
- the amount borrowed is drawn down in full at noon on the date of calculation
- you're overdrawn for a continuous period – you don’t dip in and out of your overdraft
- at the time you go into your overdraft the balance of your current account is £0
- no other credits and/or debits will be made from the account during the borrowing period
- the outstanding balance will be repaid in full on the last day of the borrowing period
- the interest rate will remain the same during the whole borrowing period
Important to know
Overdraft interest rate: This is the interest rate that currently applies to borrowing under an overdraft. EAR stands for equivalent annual rate. It takes account of the interest rate and how often interest is charged. It does not include any other fees or charges.
How to find your overdraft limit: If you are an existing customer, you can view your overdraft limit by logging on to online banking, or the mobile app, or on a recent statement.
An unarranged overdraft is one we haven’t agreed with you in advance.
You’ll use an unarranged overdraft either:
- if there isn’t enough in your account to cover a payment
- if you've gone past your arranged overdraft limit
The Maximum Monthly Charge for unarranged overdraft borrowing on our accounts is £20.
Monthly cap on overdraft interest
Each current account will set a monthly maximum charge for:
- going overdrawn when you have not arranged an overdraft
- going over/past your arranged overdraft limit (if you have one)
This cap covers any:
- interest for going over/past your arranged overdraft limit
- fees for each payment your bank allows despite lack of funds
- fees for each payment your bank refuses due to lack of funds
Check if you're eligible
Find out if you're likely to get an arranged overdraft, without affecting your credit score.
Using this tool won't affect your current arranged overdraft if you already have one with us.