2022. It’s a make-it-your-year thing.
It’s been a tough couple of years for many of us and life may have felt like it’s been put on hold. So let’s start 2022 with opportunities for you. From small changes in how you manage day-to-day to key steps forward, together let’s make 2022 your year.
Here are some simple changes that could give your year a real boost.
Build a smart buffer
Life has its ups and downs, so it’s a good idea to tuck away enough money to cover your expenses for at least three months.
Find out how much is sensible for you to set aside now with our simple savings calculator.
Boost your credit score
Want to borrow on better terms? As a rule, the higher your credit score, the lower the interest rates you’re likely to be offered – see what you can do today.
Balance your borrowing
Seeing the bigger picture could help you balance your borrowing more comfortably and give you extra control.
Find out what options are available to help you streamline your borrowing in 2022.
Own your first home
You’ve probably spent more time at home these last 18 months, so you may have thought about buying your own place.
We can give you advice on all kinds of mortgages, all in one place.
Make the most of your home
If spending more time at home these last 18 months has made you think about making some improvements to it, then visit our Eco Home Hub.
There’s support to help your home become more sustainable with some tips on going greener. Our Eco Home Tool could help you improve the energy efficiency of your home to reduce your energy costs.
Protect yourself and your loved ones
Life insurance gives you and your family peace of mind that bills can be paid and loved ones taken care of, should that ever be necessary. 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
Investing isn't reserved for those with specialist expertise, and it’s never too late to invest wisely.
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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