On the road to independence!
From their very first steps to the moment they are ready to stand on their own two feet, every day, your child moves further and further along the road to independence. And with ING at your side,
you have everything you need to show them the way!
- Before birth
- 0 to 1 year
- 2 to 5 years
- 6 to 9 years
- 10 to 15 years
- 16 to 17 years
- 18 years and over
Did you know you can open a savings account for your child even before they are born? At ING, you can already obtain an account number from the 6th month of pregnancy. Which means, for instance, that you can include it on your birth announcement card!
0 to 1 year
The moment has finally arrived. And so has your child! You are no doubt fully absorbed by the challenges of parenthood but at the same time want to prepare for their future. And the grandparents and godparents no doubt want to contribute. Luckily, ING has no shortage of savings solutions fully adapted to your needs and those of your child!
2 to 5 years
St. Nicholas, Christmas, birthdays, … for you and your family, every occasion is an excuse for spoiling your child. But perhaps also the ideal moment to think about tomorrow and put money aside for the future.
6 to 9 years
Your child is growing up and is starting to understand more and more about the world around them. Perhaps you have already started to give them pocket money. They are learning to appreciate its value. And they are aware that what they save today, they can use tomorrow. By teaching them to save regularly, you are laying solid foundations for their future financial independence.
10 to 15 years
Your child is starting to express his or her personality more and more. And their independence! And that also goes for their money. No doubt they want to learn more about managing their own pocket money. And what better way than with their own current account and their first bank card?
16 to 17 years
Your child will soon be an adult and is no doubt becoming more and more independent already. Perhaps they are even starting to earn their own money with a student job. And as they travel down the road to independence, juggling their current account, savings account and the bank’s many other services will become increasingly important. And managing their money via smartphone, tablet or PC will soon be second nature
18 years and over
Starting a degree or launching a career… whatever their chosen path, your child’s first major financial decisions are likely just around the corner. Rest assured, we are here both for them and for you with practical tips and expert advice. Our Youth (18 to 25) website is a great place to start!