Savings & Investments

Savings & Investments

Security deposit savings account

Security deposit savings account

Keep your security deposit safe and even earn money on it with a KBC Security Deposit Savings Account.

How to save for a home of your own

How to save for a home of your own

Does the thought of having your own home seem like a financial impossibility? If you're well-prepared, it doesn't have to be.

Why periodic investment is a good strategy

Diversified investment funds

Diversified investment funds

An investment fund that aims to generate potential returns through balanced investments. Invest from as little as 25 euros.

Custody accounts

Custody accounts

A custody account is a must-have if you want to invest. Find out how to open one now.

State Notes

State Notes

How much does it cost to invest in investment funds?

How much does it cost to invest in investment funds?

How can you find out what an investment fund costs? And what are those costs for?

7 tips for better savings

Tax relief on saving for your home and your retirement

Tax relief on saving for your home and your retirement

Tax-advantaged saving is smart saving. Save now for your home and pension and get tax relief into the bargain. Find out why tax-advantaged saving is so beneficial.

Saving for children

Saving for children

Give your child or grandchild a financial boost.

Get a savings account for free

Get a savings account for free

A free savings from KBC lets you save for a rainy day at your own tempo.

Savings

Baby savings account

Baby savings account

Baby on the way? Open a savings account for your unborn baby while you're expecting.

Saving for your pension

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?

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.

Why you should start saving for your pension

Why you should start saving for your pension

Your state pension is less than your final salary. By choosing to save, you'll build up a reserve and get 30% tax relief.