not much now but i did have £15,000 but i needed a new bracelet and spend put the last third into my scrap gold buying business and that was the end of that
I have saved £10,000 in the last year working a full time job as an IT technician +10 hours a weekend as a bouncer. I have been putting 200 a month into help to buy isa at 25% and 500 a month into nationwide flex regular saver at 5% the rest is in my other savings account which only gets 2%
Have 4k, majority of it will be for renting a house next month. i dont have a savings account because I make more money by MBing and hopefully soon, sports trading once i venture into it.
Fyi, i made roughly 3k in 3 months, starting with 350 pounds, can any saving accounts do that?:P
At age 25:
In the region of £30k.
£6000 in stocks ISA, £16000 in one cash ISA, £5k in another cash ISA, then about £1k in my current.
I also have about 2k in a pension i recently started with employer matched contributions.
My savings rate used to be higher but has reduced to £400-500 a month now.
Notably I live alone renting an apartment and have done since finishing university in 2012 but I intend to move in with my girlfriend next year at some point which should help.
All of my savings except my S&S ISA and pension will be drained when I finally buy a house which I aim to do in 2018 (looking for a 30k house deposit with enough to renovate it up a bit ontop)
I don't get how you guus are doing it ! I live hand to mouth on my wages and my credit is shot 😂 zero saving of course. Don't earn enough.
Currently i save nothing but i do follow the markets and savings rates. If i get a grip on my spending i can currently start saving ~£200 per month however once i move closer to work and to a cheaper place that should increase to more like £400.
I have a couple of things to save for by years end that come to around £3k so i'm reasonably confident.