You can have a savings account but will only really be able to save from your allowances and your share of any bonuses or overtime. You probably won't have to produce a statement.
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A modest savings account is a good idea and can, as Kallis says, be used for those allowances that need to be saved each month for that rainy day as well as your shares of overtime and bonus payments. You would be expected to save only a modest amount and the IP probably would pay no heed.
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As has been said, a modest savings account isn't a bad idea for a rainy day etc.
Nothing to stop you sticking a few quid under a mattress though
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