Savings bondA government bond issued in face value denominations from $50 to $10,000, with local and state tax-free interest and semiannually adjusted interest rates.
Savings and loan associationSavings and loan association
In the US, a financial institution in which depositors' savings are used to provide home mortgages loans.
National SavingsNational Savings
A variety of savings schemes, backed by the government, in which the public can participate. National Savings publishes a booklet entitled 'Investor's Guide' which describes in detail how it operates and the products it offers. The savings schemes currently include:Capital BondsIncome BondsFirst Option BondsPensioners BondsChildren's Bonus BondsInvestment AccountOrdinary AccountFixed Interest Savings CertificatesIndex Linked Savings CertificatesPremium Bonds
Mutual savings bankMutual savings bank
In the US, a savings bank which is owned by its depositors.
Financing Cost SavingsFinancing Cost Savings
A source of competitive advantage that depends on access to low cost sources of capital.
Savings bankSavings bank
An institution that primarily accepts consumer savings deposits and to make home mortgage loans.
Further Suggestionsindividual savings account
Post Office Savings
National Savings Bank
Savings And Loan Association
Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP)
National Savings Stock Register
Mutual savings bank
Federal Savings and Loan Association
Savings and loan association
Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF)
Individual Savings Account
Mutual Savings Bank
Bonds Enabling Annual Retirement Savings (BEARS)
Tax Exempt Special Savings Account
lifelong individual savings account