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Old 08.02.2015, 15:43
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65+ Guaranteed Growth Bonds

I suspect they are only available to UK residents but I haven't found any reference to that effect yet.

Anybody got further than me?
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Old 08.02.2015, 16:09
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Re: 65+ Guaranteed Growth Bonds

Not sure tbh but have just helped my mum with the three year bond.
http://www.nsandi.com/65-guaranteed-growth-bonds
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Old 08.02.2015, 16:35
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Re: 65+ Guaranteed Growth Bonds

Well, unusually for me, I have read all of the terms & Conditions and only found the reference regarding "US citizen and/or a US resident
for tax purposes" not being eligible.
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Re: 65+ Guaranteed Growth Bonds

Do you still have a UK address and bank account?
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Re: 65+ Guaranteed Growth Bonds

Same question- been looking for info too. Yes, have uk address and bank account. It would be nice to get some interest on savings!!!
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Re: 65+ Guaranteed Growth Bonds

The help line number on the link posted is open 24/7. I am sure they will give you the correct info. However, it probably works like a UK ISA in that you must live in situ of origin.

Depends on how much time you spend in the UK........
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Re: 65+ Guaranteed Growth Bonds

http://www.nsandi.com/i-live-outside...nvest-with-nsi
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Re: 65+ Guaranteed Growth Bonds

UK bank account is a must but I've not seen anything that would suggest you need a UK address as well.
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