This session focused on Saving for goals, financial independence and your wellbeing
Are you looking to save for a mortgage deposit, or a car, putting money aside for your children, building that rainy day fund or saving towards that special purchase? Perhaps you want to be more financially independent and less reliant on costly borrowing. Whatever you can afford to put away, this is your chance to find out more about ways to save.
From regular savings accounts, Help to Save, tax-efficient saving or investing and Junior ISAs, to savings bonds and index-linked savings accounts – there a range of options to help you build your savings to improve your financial wellbeing and to achieve your short, medium and long-term goals.
What this session will cover:
- Getting into the savings habit and why it pays to save regularly
- Saving for emergencies and putting the rest where it can work harder for you
- Top tips for choosing a savings account
- Help to Save if you’re on a low income
- Credit Unions and saving
What are investments?