Regular Savings Plan
Putting aside a set amount of money on a regular basis is a great way to build your savings balance and maximise the return on your spare cash. It’s quick to set up – then you just watch your savings grow.
- An easy way to increase your savings
- Earn a consistently high interest rate
- Keep full control over your internet savings account
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Why set up a Regular Savings Plan?
Every penny you save earns a consistently high interest rate so you’ll quickly see the benefits of setting up a Regular Savings Plan with your HiSAVE savings account.
Take a look at the chart below. It shows how a starting balance of £500, combined with a regular saving of £200 per month for 12 months, quickly adds up to nearly £3000 in your HiSAVE Savings Account after the first year.
It’s easy to start saving regularly
Setting up your Regular Savings Plan with our HiSAVE Savings Account is really easy:
- Decide how much you want to save and how often – from daily to monthly
- Set up a Regular Savings Plan using one of the quick methods we set out below
- Sit back and we’ll do the rest
The amount you decide to save will be transferred from your nominated linked account to your HiSAVE Savings Account. You can change or cancel your Regular Savings Plan at any time.
How to set up a Regular Savings Plan
If you have a HiSAVE Savings Account
Log into your HiSAVE Savings Account
Click on 'Transfer money' – 'Receive money'
Complete the simple form including the recurring set up and click 'Submit'
If you don’t have a HiSAVE Savings Account
Apply for a HiSAVE Savings Account
Your account is open, simply follow the three-step process for account holders to get your savings growing
We’re here 24/7 on 080 81 31 41 51 (freephone from UK landlines).
Watch your savings soar with a Regular Savings Plan
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Our current capital adequacy ratio is 29.81% as on September 30, 2011.
Calculate your interest
Enter the amount you want to save, choose your saving term and see how much interest you could earn.