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Savings pots

Make your money go further with interest on your savings.

Mettle is for sole traders and limited companies with up to two owners (only one owner can access the account)

With a savings pot, you could earn 1.46% AER / 1.45% Gross p.a (variable) on balances from as little as £10.

You can set aside up to £1 million in your savings pot in addition to the maximum limit of your main account.

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Only savings pots can earn interest. You can only have one savings pot. It has a maximum balance of £1m. The interest rates may change to reflect the savings market. Interest is calculated daily and will be paid out monthly. Any positive change in interest will be notified within 30 days, any negative change in interest will be notified at least 60 days before. AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate. It shows you what the rate would be if interest was paid and compounded each year. Gross is the interest rate you’ve paid without the deduction of UK income tax. p.a is per annum (per year). Read the full Mettle business account T&Cs here.

How savings pots work


Create a pot

Tap ‘Create pot’ on the Home screen in your app and choose 'Savings pot'.

Find out how to set up a regular pot


Customise your pot

Choose from several different colours and name your pot.


Automatically save with rules

Choose to transfer a percentage of your incoming transactions, or set a schedule to transfer a regular amount.


Set a goal

Once you've created a pot, keep track of your savings by adding a goal.


Find out more about Mettle's business bank account features

Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between a savings pot and a regular pot?

A savings pot is the only pot which earns interest. You can only open one savings pot and the limit is £1 million. You can create up to 30 regular pots, as long as the total amount doesn’t exceed your regular pots balance limit of £100k.

How can I pay with pots?

If you want to use the money in one of your pots to make an external payment, you’ll need to transfer money into your main account and make the payment in the normal way.

Can I export my transactions?

You can’t export your savings pot's transactions, but you can see the statements. You can find them under ‘Transactions and statements’ on your Account tab.

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Have a quick look at our eligibility criteria.