Savings bankAn institution that primarily accepts consumer savings deposits and to make home mortgage loans.
Savings elementSavings element
The cash value which accumulates within a life insurance policy. The premium is applied to give both life cover plus a savings element which is allowed to grow tax deferred until withdrawn.
National Savings Stock RegisterNational Savings Stock Register
A register of government stocks (gilts) which can be purchased by the public through the Post Office at favourable rates of commission for moderate purchases and sales. Transactions are conducted by mail and interest is paid gross and is taxable. Despite the name, the Register is now administered by the Bank of England.
Individual Savings AccountIndividual Savings Account
Tax-free savings plans that allow the individual to invest in cash, stocks or shares or insurance.
Savings rateSavings rate
Personal savings as a percentage of disposable personal income.
Savings accountSavings account
An account with a bank or financial institution which pays interest on balances held, usually once or twice per year, the amount of interest usually depending on to the amount of money in the account and the 'base rate' of the Bank of England. There is often a notice period required for withdrawals and in most cases the longer the notice period, the higher the interest rate.
Further SuggestionsSavings bond
Federal Savings and Loan Association
Bonds Enabling Annual Retirement Savings (BEARS)
Post Office Savings
individual savings account
Savings And Loan Association
savings and loan association
Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF)
Mutual Savings Bank
Savings and loan association
National Savings Bank
Mutual savings bank
Financing Cost Savings
lifelong individual savings account
Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP)
Tax Exempt Special Savings Account
mutual savings bank