Saving: Five simple ways to help your savings grow


Whether you want to pay for a holiday, buy a house or cover education costs: the sooner you start, the more you’ll save.

Find out how to get the most out of your money and reach your savings goals sooner.

Start a savings habit

  • Small changes can make a big difference. There are simple ways you can save money every day.
  • Set a savings goal to help you stay on track and avoid dipping into your savings.
  • Start saving today. The sooner you start, the more you’ll earn in interest and the sooner you’ll reach your goal.
  • Automate your saving. Set up a direct deposit so part of your pay goes straight into savings.
  • Put some money aside for unexpected costs. You’ll be glad to have some money set aside if something goes wrong.




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