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150% Rpi Savings Account

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5 Year Lock in - difference in RPI over period x 1.5 as interest (guarantee of at least 7.5% cum return). Looks good?

http://www.ncbs.co.uk/savings/savings/fixedterm/2nd-Issue-Index-Linked-Savings-Bond.aspx

Unlike NSI these bonds by National Counties are taxable and 5 year lock in , would also be wary of them being such a small society , although it does make you think why Nationwide and banks even don't try and offer these , taxable of course with a shorter length of fixed term of say 2 or 3 years and with a smaller bonus of say 1% bonus .

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Unlike NSI these bonds by National Counties are taxable and 5 year lock in , would also be wary of them being such a small society , although it does make you think why Nationwide and banks even don't try and offer these , taxable of course with a shorter length of fixed term of say 2 or 3 years and with a smaller bonus of say 1% bonus .

Taxable = not worth it plus i dont get a warm cumfy feeling about NCBS five years is long time by then we might be all part of the chinese republic.

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So what are the alternatives (Don't say "gold")

Gold naaaah its going to hell.

Alternatives p1$$ poor selection only thing is dont lock yourself in for long terms when the sh17 hits the fan easy acces will be key to whatever the key is.

Question what are you saving 4?

House, Pension, the hell of it?.....way things are going a few shotguns wont go amisssssssssssss

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  • 245 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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