Families hoping to switch to a current account with Tesco will have to wait a little longer, as its launch has been delayed until next year.
The supermarket giant had hoped to start offering the accounts in early 2012, along with a host of new financial products aimed at getting us in the mood for saving.
Billed in their announcement last year as "simple, transparent and rewarding of customer loyalty," the accounts looked set to become popular amongst families, looking for easy means of storing and saving their cash.
But it's not all gloomy news - as by the time the new accounts become available new rules will have come into force making it easier for you to switch.
The Times reports that Tesco has actually held off for that very reason.
After a tough Christmas period, and in anticipation of lower-than-expected profits, Tesco has had to grind other plans to a halt too. It had intended to launch its first mortgage product last autumn, but had to hold off.
It's expected to become available within two months.
And if you were hoping to get the most out of your savings by using a Tesco cash Isa, you won't feel the benefits until next year, as it's not going to come in in time for the end of the tax year in April.
So for now, mums and dads will have to find other ways to make top savings.