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HSBC MyMoney Children's Bank Accounts

Savings and current accounts for 7 to 17 year olds
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Making it easy to look after your money

HSBC MyMoney makes it easy to take good care of your money. If you’re aged from 7 to 17, you can save up for something special with a MySavings account. And if you’re 11 or older, you can open your very own MyAccount current account.

Apply for an account

You'll need your parent or guardian when you're ready to apply.

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At a glance

  • Choose the account that suits you best
    Pick from our MySavings savings account, our MyAccount current account, or both (which accounts are available depends on how old you are).
  • Start building good money habits
    Having your own bank account is a great way to learn about managing money.
  • Manage your account the easy way
    From the age of 11 you’ll be able to use online, mobile and phone banking to check your balance and send money between your savings account and current account. 1
  • Only spend what you have
    You can only use the money that’s in your account. So you don’t need to worry about spending more than you have available. 2

Take a closer look

MySavings

A straightforward savings account you can open with as little as £10. You'll earn interest on your savings every month, so you can watch your money grow.

Available for customers aged 7 to 17 years old.

MyAccount

Our current account designed especially for young people. It comes with a contactless Visa debit card, which means you can shop online and in stores. 3 And you can also withdraw up to £100 in cash from any ATM, as long as you have money in your account.

Available for customers aged 11 to 17 years old.

How to apply

You can apply for MyMoney if:

  • you’re 11-17 if you're applying for MyAccount (or 7-17 if you're applying for a MySavings account)
  • you can provide proof of your identity if your parent or guardian is an HSBC customer
  • you and your parent or guardian can provide proof of identity and address if your parent or guardian isn't an HSBC customer and you're under 16
  • you can provide proof of identity and address if your parent or guardian isn't an HSBC customer and you're over 16

If your parent/guardian is an HSBC customer

Your parent or guardian can apply for you quickly and easily online. They will need your valid passport to hand.

Parents and guardians: please make sure your contact details are up-to-date in online banking.

If your parent/guardian isn't an HSBC customer

You can apply for MyMoney in-branch. If you're under 16, your parent or guardian must be with you to sign the application.

We’re using our branches to support customers who need us the most during the COVID-19 outbreak. Please only visit a branch if you have a financial need that can’t wait.

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1. Subject to planned maintenance periods. Automated telephone banking service is available 24/7. Back to 'Other account information'

2. Very occasionally, we may have no option but to allow a payment to leave your MyAccount despite a lack of funds. You won’t have to pay any interest or charges if this happens. Back to 'At a glance'

3. If for any reason you or your parent or guardian doesn’t want a Visa debit card, please get in touch with us and we can stop one from being sent to. Back to MyAccount

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