By your side in 2022
Over the last couple of years, life has felt like it’s been put on hold. We hope 2022 will be different – a year of actions and opportunities. So, what do you want to do with your money this year?
Whatever your goals, we’ll be by your side with expert guidance and support to help you achieve them. Let’s make 2022 a year you look back on for all the right reasons.
Build a reassuring buffer
For life’s unpredictable events, it’s wise to have enough money to cover your outgoings for at least three months.
Try out our savings calculator and see how much is sensible for you to set aside.
Become credit score aware
The actions you take today to build a good credit score will make borrowing for your future home, car and other important life events easier. Generally, the higher your credit score, the lower the interest rates you’re likely to be offered.
See how a credit score is worked out.
Seeing the bigger picture could help you manage your borrowing more comfortably and feel more in control.
Find out what options are available to help you assess your needs or streamline your borrowing in 2022.
Make a move of your own
If you’ve spent more time at home these last 18 months or so, you may have started thinking about buying your own place.
If so, now’s an opportunity to consider how you can make it happen, with advice on all kinds of mortgages, all in one location.
Make more of your home
If spending more time at home these past 18 months has made you think about making improvements to it, visit our Eco Home Hub.
And how about making your home more sustainable? Our Eco Home Tool and tips could help you improve your home's energy efficiency to reduce your costs.
Protect yourself and your loved ones
For peace of mind that your mortgage can be repaid and your loved ones are taken care of, there's life insurance. We also offer options including power of attorney to help meet your needs, or someone that you know, as they change over time.
Discover what options are available to you.
Put your savings to work
You might be interested to learn that investments aren't reserved for people who are older or with specialist knowledge.
Why not discover ways you too can make your money work harder?
Keep a close eye on your account statements – balance and transactions – for unusual activity. And help protect your money by being aware of fake websites and phone, text or email scams.
To find out how to stay safe online and avoid the latest scams, visit our Fraud Hub.
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