Saving for your pension
Aim for long-term growth and lay the foundations for topping up your pension pot
How are my pension savings taxed?
When you turn 60 or ten years after starting to save for your pension, you pay a one-off favourable-rate final tax.
What does long-term saving mean?
Long-term saving schemes give you a nice tax break.
Getting started with pension savings
As soon as you start work and are 18 or over, you can start saving for your pension. And that's a very good idea, too, because starting early has lots of benefits.
Baby savings account
Baby on the way? Open a savings account for your unborn baby while you're expecting.
Security deposit savings account
Keep your security deposit safe and even earn money on it with a KBC Security Deposit Savings Account.
Account insurance provides some financial support for your family if you die or become totally and permanently disabled due to an accident. Learn more.
Get a savings account for free
A free savings from KBC lets you save for a rainy day at your own tempo.
Diversified investment funds
An investment fund that aims to generate potential returns through balanced investments. Invest from as little as 25 euros.
Why periodic investment is a good strategy
There are advantages to automatically investing an amount at regular intervals. Read on to find out why periodic investment might be the right strategy for you, too.
Open a savings account
You can open a savings account in a few easy steps, without having to leave the comfort of your home.
Investments for everyone
A KBC Investment Plan makes it easy for you to take your first steps as an investor. Starting from just 25 euros.
A custody account is a must-have if you want to invest. Find out how to open one now.