Basically, the savings book is a permanent money system that does not lose its value. This also applies when for years no activities have occurred, as in the case of Günter Knöss (70), who discovered while cleaning up his attic an old savings book in a wardrobe.
The last entry was more than 50 years old: On 13,12 D-Mark (the equivalent of € 6.71) was the balance in the year 1969. About the Fund the "image"newspaper reported."was Truly not a fortune"
it had, However, hoped Knöss more of his supposed treasure: Because after the Bank withdrew EUR 1.54 capital gains tax and the solidarity surcharge have been credited to 4.30 euros. Result: Now the pensioner has 11,01 Euro on the savings book. Knöss said to "Bild": "I had truly expected to have no assets. But I can walk with my granddaughter for ice cream.“interest rates for savings accounts are variable -
This Surprise, that the interest rate is lower than thought, experience, many, find an old savings book. The reason is that The interest rates for savings accounts are variable. Once the assured rate of interest is not continuous – often, the Bank holds only over a certain period of time. Thereafter, the respective variable interest rates, which now go almost to zero apply. ECB: First Inflation, then a new monetary order is coming - what the saver is in FOCUS ECB: First Inflation, then a new monetary order is coming - what does that mean for savers, "You're a bastard!": Passers-by to berate anglers to giant fishing bad FOCUS Online/Wochit "You're a bastard!": Passers-by to berate anglers to giant-fishing evilcame up Updated Date: 09 June 2020, 05:26