TwitNour Fixed amounts work well if you know the amounts well and your income is reasonably fixed. But there are of course other people in the world. For example, they get paid every week on the basis of the hours worked that they have been scheduled and that does not always have to be the same. Or simply because you as a sole trader have one better assignment than the other, or you name it.
The bunq as it is now only works if you use the minimum amount and bunq a number of fixed amounts from it. Suppose you want a division into 20%, 10% and 70%. Your income is, for example, 100, 150, 175, 135 and 150 euros paid. Then you have to base the amounts on those 100 euros. You then transfer 20 euros to account X and 10 euros to account Y and the rest to account Z. After those 5 payments you have 100, 50 and 560 euros. But if you could have done percentages and you had set 20%, 10% and 70%, you would have had 142, 71 and 497 euros. These are then quite large differences in the outcome.
A combination would perhaps be the best. Then you can set fixed costs exactly apart and divide the rest into percentages.