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You can still buy WAR SAVINGS I CERTIFICATES "THOUGH the issue of War Bonds came to [I an end last Saturday, the Government intends to con- tinue the sale of War Savings Certificates, so as to provide a secure and profitable invest- ment for your savings. You can buy War Savings Certificates through your local War Savings Association, or from any Money Order Post Office, Bank, or Shopkeeper acting as Official Agent. Each Certificate costs 15/6, and increases in value every year until, at the end of five years, it will be worth £ 1. This is equivalent to 5 per cent. Compound Interest, free of Income Tax. 11 If you need the money back, you can get it by giving a few days' notice. But it is much better not to part with your War Savings Certificates before they reach their full value, as the longer you keep them the bigger your profit. £ 1 (or 15f6

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