ILID

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AcronymDefinition
ILIDIndex-Linked Certificates (bond)
ILIDInternational Logistic Identification Data
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The M&G Corporate Inflation-Linked Bond Fund, designed to fill a gap when National Savings & Investments suspended sale of its index-linked certificates, was a smash hit of 2011, returning more than 19 per cent.
Li a The M&G Corporate Inflationinked Bond Fund, designed to fill gap when National Savings & Investments suspended sale of its index-linked certificates, was a smash hit of 2011, returning more than 19%.
Index-linked certificates pay the rate of inflation plus 0.50%.
It is hardly surprising, therefore, that a rumoured 'wall of money' is heading into the new NS&I index-linked certificates, which will pay 0.5% above RPI, usually the higher of the two inflation measures used by the Government, if held for the full five-year term.
Savers sustained a heavy blow this week when National Savings and Investments (NS&I) scrapped its index-linked certificates over three and five years.
National Savings Index-Linked Certificates offer a guaranteed return above inflation on your savings.
Index-linked certificates offer a better rate than high street or online savings accounts.
Index-linked certificates Higher rate taxpayers get the equivalent of a seven per cent taxable investment with NS&I's tax-free, index-linked savings.
The three- and five-year index-linked certificates are paying 1.1 per cent and 1.25 per cent gross interest a year, plus the change in inflation over the term of the certificate.
Savers buy index-linked certificates from National Savings or gilts through the Post Office.
It is hardly surprising, therefore, that a rumoured "wall of money" is heading into the new NS&I index-linked certificates, which will pay 0.5% above RPI, usually the higher of the two inflation measures used by the Government, if held for the full five-year term.