Savings Calculator

Our motto is that even small amounts add up. Regardless of the amount you can afford to save, the length of time you wish to save for or your target annual return, our savings calculator will highlight the potential benefits of simply starting to save.

 

Our savings calculator has been designed with two separate options, 'Target Savings' and 'Savings Growth.' Target Savings will show you how to reach your goal and Savings Growth will highlight how much saving regularly can add up to.

 

Please Note: The returns simulated in the calculator below are for illustration purposes only and do not relate to the return on any specific First Trust Bank product.

 

 

Savings Calculator

What is your target saving amount?:
For how long do you wish to save?:
Enter the AER* of your chosen product:

 

Please Note: The calculations above are for illustration purposes only and do not relate to the return on any specific First Trust Bank product. The amounts shown are gross returns. Your actual return will depend on the product you choose and the prevailing interest rates (which may be variable), charges, conditions and tax rate applicable to that product. Please refer to the provider's product brochure for full terms and conditions.

*AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year.

Your saving after 10 year will be:

Do you have a lump sum to start?:
How much can you afford to save each month?:
For how long do you wish to save?:
Enter the AER* of your chosen product:

 

Please Note: The calculations above are for illustration purposes only and do not relate to the return on any specific First Trust Bank product. The amounts shown are gross returns. Your actual return will depend on the product you choose and the prevailing interest rates (which may be variable), charges, conditions and tax rate applicable to that product. Please refer to the provider's product brochure for full terms and conditions.

*AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year.