**If you’re aged 19+** and don’t have GCSE maths grade C (or equivalent), Multiply is available to you. Multiply offers easy access to free numeracy courses to help build your confidence with numbers or gain a qualification.

£2,100

**If you’re aged 19+** and don’t have GCSE maths grade C (or equivalent), Multiply is available to you. Multiply offers easy access to free numeracy courses to help build your confidence with numbers or gain a qualification.

We asked you: You save £2,000 into a bank account with an interest rate of 5% per annum, how much money will you have in the account after one year?

5% of £2,000 = £100

£2,000 + £100 = £2,100

After one year you will have saved £2,100

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