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NS&I definition

National Savings and Investments (NS&I), formerly known as the Post Office Savings Bank and National Savings, is the UK’s state-owned savings bank and was founded in 1861.

NS&I definition

National Savings and Investments (NS&I), formerly known as the Post Office Savings Bank and National Savings, is the UK’s state-owned savings bank and was founded in 1861.

About 25 million people currently have savings with NS&I. It offers different types of cash savings accounts and investments, including bonds and index-linked savings schemes, some of which are tax-free, as well as managing the government’s premium bonds scheme. All of the savings with NS&I are guaranteed by the government, whereas only the first £85,000 is protected at a commercial bank.

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