If you are coming to the end of your mortgage, credit card or loan payment holiday, we will contact you before it ends, there is no need to call us. You can use our coronavirus support tool to find the right solution for your needs and confirm what you would like to do in a few simple steps.

 

Set a savings goal

It's a proven fact that people who set a savings goal save faster than those who don’t!

Choosing something to aim for, like a course of driving lessons or next year’s go-to festival, makes it real and helps motivate you to save.

Choose how much and how long

Work out how much you want to save and how long it will take you to reach your goal. Let’s say you want to save up for a series of 10 driving lessons when you turn 17. Here’s how your savings could add up:

Your savings goal:

£250


10 Driving lessons at £25 per hour

Your earnings:

£16.80


4 hours work per week @ £4.20 per hour

Your weekly savings:

£6.00


You save £6 per week and keep £10.80 to spend

Make it easy

Open a dedicated savings account and give it a name that inspires you to save, like 'First car' or 'Summer festival'.

Then, if you have a current account that you know will have a little money in, set up a monthly standing order from your current account to your savings account. That way you can’t forget to save or spend the money on something else. It’s easy to do online or pop into your local bank.

How long will it take?

42 weeks

Saving £6 a week for 42 weeks will give you £252

Enjoy and repeat!

When you’ve reached your savings goal, enjoy it – you’ve earned it!

And why not keep saving for a new savings goal too? It’s a great habit to learn.

Savings Calculator

If you can save more a week, you’ll reach your goal sooner. If you save less it will take you longer. Try an online savings calculator to help you.