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Education calculator

Find out how much you should be saving to cover the cost of your child's education

How much should I be saving to pay for my child's education?

Work out how much to save to cover your child’s education expenses, and how long it'll take.

What’s this calculator for?

This calculator can help you to:

  • find out how much money you could have by the time your child starts their education
  • see how your savings and investments could impact your funds
  • decide if you'd like to discuss your savings plan with us
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For the purposes of this calculator, your child's current age should be less than the age at which they will require funding.
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If you've chosen a secure investment risk level, you will only see a blue line as this is a savings-only option with zero investment risk.

 

What to do next

 

If the results aren't what you were expecting, try adjusting your choices to reduce the time it could take to reach the target amount for your children's education fund. Although, this calculator doesn't represent a guarantee.

 

If you have more than one child, you can use the calculator again once you have your first results.

 

You can also book an appointment with our expert financial advice team to discuss your results and take your savings further.

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These calculations are projections, and do not factor in any fees or taxes. When you seek advice through our financial advisers they will provide you with projections which will factor in fees and taxes and some other criteria and this means that there will be a variance (which in some instance may be material) between the projections shown in these online calculators and those provided by the financial advisers.

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The illustrative value at mid-return is based on an average annual growth rate of 1.87% (gross) which represents your investments style. The assumed inflation rate is 1.52%. All figures are shown in their value at your target.

This is an internet tool which only provides a snapshot of your financial situation at the current time, using the information you have provided and a set of assumptions. This tool cannot provide you with financial advice or personal recommendations. The impact of tax, account charges or changes in exchange rates are not taken into consideration in this tool.

The calculations are based on assumptions and not on your personal circumstances. It is not a guaranteed rate of return. Everyone’s circumstances are different and what applies to one person may not be right for the next.

These suggestions are based on a general assumption of each life stage and are not intended to provide advice or recommendation on your individual financial needs.

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