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Savings accounts

Maximise your savings to grow your money and reach your goals. The best kind of savings account will depend on your circumstances and what you want to achieve. See the range of savings accounts available to HSBC customers, as well as some guidance to get you started.


Save up to £20,000 in the 2021/22 tax year with our cash or stocks and shares ISAs1.


Help your money grow with 1.00% AER/gross, fixed for 12 months.


Choose how long you want to save for and make your money work for you.


Help your money grow without losing access to your cash.

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A step-by-step guide to help you start saving money so you can reach your savings goal. From paying yourself first to rounding up your spending, there are some simple tricks that can help get you into gear.

Growing your savings balance doesn’t always have to come at great sacrifice. Use this list of tips to start saving more. These small changes can make a big difference over time and won’t significantly impact your day-to-day finances.

Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) are a tax-efficient way to save money. There are several types of ISAs with different purposes, such as investing or buying a home. See how ISAs work so you can assess whether one may suit you.

ISAs vs savings accounts

Trying to decide the best way to save your money? Depending on how you’re going to be saving and what you’re saving for, an ISA or regular savings account may be a good option. Explore the differences between the two and also see the benefits and considerations.

Time is money, or so the saying goes. But are there ways time can help you make money? Or, can the way you time things help save you money?

We highlight 4 practical ways to use time to your advantage.

Try our calculator to see how much you could earn over 12 months with a Regular Savings Account.

1The value of any tax benefits described depends upon your individual circumstances. Tax rules may change in future.


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