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Save

To except, reserve, or exempt; as where a statute saves vested—fixed—rights. To toll, or suspend the running or operation of; as, to save the Statute of Limitations.

save

conjunction bar, barring, besides, but for, excepting, lacking, leaving out, not including, short of, without

save

preposition but, except, exclusive of, less, minus

save

(Conserve), verb hold, keep safe, preserve, redeem, salvage

save

(Hold back), verb economize, hoard, keep, reserve, retain

save

(Rescue), verb avert, defend, fend off, give salvaaion, help, liberate, protect, safeguard, shield
See also: conserve, deposit, extricate, free, fund, garner, glean, hold, keep, maintain, perpetuate, possess, preserve, prolong, protect, release, remedy, renew, rescue, reserve, retain, shelter, store, sustain, unless
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Under the Zero Balance Savings Account, interest rates are calculated on the minimum account balance and are usually credited on half yearly basis or quarterly basis depending on the savings account type and the bank's rule.
Trump's health savings account expansion proposal did not seem to capture the public imagination.
In the coming months, he said the bank would make further enhancements to the Junior Savings Account as part of its ongoing commitment to providing the most personal banking experience.
This type of arrangement allows money to be transferred from the day-to-day current account to a savings account on a regular basis, by mopping up surplus funds at the end of every month.
Less than 1% of all high street savings accounts are offering inflation-beating interest rates, according to new data from research by Moneyfacts.
Yes Bank was among the earliest private sector lenders that enlarged their interest rates on savings accounts.
The special savings accounts would create a first-ever, tax-exempt way for parents and guardians to save for the future of their loved one with special needs.
Even after the owner of a Health Savings Account is no longer covered by a High Deductible Health Plan, money in the account continues to be tax-free as long as it is used for medical expenses.
Jason Robinson, director of savings operations for Birmingham Midshires, said: "While winter can be expensive with the likes of Christmas and the holiday season, it doesn't need to spell disaster for our savings accounts.
Taxpayers can continue to use the direct-deposit line on Form 1040 to send their refunds to one checking or savings account electronically.
As their salaries increased over the years, so too did their contributions to their retirement and savings accounts.
Let's say a Kansas state employee who earns $40,000 a year chooses a family health savings account along with a $3,000 deductible, 20 percent coinsurance policy.