Life Moments

Financial support for parents and carers

Saving and budgeting tips for parents

Bringing up children is exciting but can be expensive. A bit of planning ahead will help you manage your money before and after the baby arrives. We've got a range of tools and resources that can help you make sense of your finances.

Budgeting for your child

Calculate your income and outgoings to see how you can meet new and unexpected costs. 

App criteria apply. Available to customers aged 16+. Only available for Personal and Premier current accounts.

Start early and set a goal

Children are expensive, and from what we hear, they aren't getting any cheaper. Start saving early to ease the burden later on. 

Available to existing customers with an instant access savings account.

Getting your finances in shape

Raising children can be one of the most expensive periods in your life. They are likely to bring more expenses and maybe more debt. 

We've put together some useful tips to help you keep on top of your finances. 

Financial planning for parents

Find the right ISA

Compare the benefits of our cash ISAs and find the right one depending on if you want instant access or not. Interest is paid directly into your account to help your ISA savings grow.

To apply you must be 16 or over and a UK resident. Tax free interest means interest payable is exempt from UK income tax.

Find the right savings account

Our instant access accounts give you immediate access to your money and the flexibility on how much you want to save each month. Open today with just £1, exclusive to our current account customers.

Eligibility criteria applies.

Expanding your family?

A growing family is a good time to do a check-up on your finances. Discover helpful hints and tips for everyday spending with a Financial Health Check. 

Returning to work after parental leave

Going back to work

We've got helpful information for those affected at work by the coronavirus outbreak, as well as support on your employment rights.

Your take home pay

We can help you make sense of your salary if you're planning to return to back to full or part time work. 

Child care costs

Use the GOV.UK childcare calculator to work out how much you could get towards approved childcare. 

Teaching your children the basics

MoneySense is an impartial financial education programme for 5-18 year olds. It uses a range of materials such as games, videos and real-life situations to make learning about money feel real and relevant

Preparing for the future

Think about tomorrow, today

Planning for later life is vital, but often overlooked. We're here to help you plan for life after retirement.
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