Pensioner Bonds paid 4% over 3 years on a maximum of £10,000; so allowing for the 0.25% cut in the base rate, why isn't it 3.75%?
Originally posted by Castle

Because gilts, fixed term instruments and other savings market rates have dropped by more than 0.25%.

And there isn't a general election this time.


They want us to spend, not save right? They shouldn't even have bothered with this, but guess I will take it out.
Originally posted by fun4everyone

Oh come on £3k is an insult, this spending culture is what got a lot of people in trouble in the first place. The incentive for people to save is so low its defining a new culture.

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