What’s the difference between saving in tally and saving in GBP?

Modified on Fri, 17 May 2024 at 01:04 PM

tally is a currency that represents customer gold bullion ownership (1 tally = 1 milligram of gold). As the value of gold changes, so does the equivalent GBP value of your savings in a TallyMoney Account. Aside from the monthly account keeping fee taken out of your TallyMoney account, the quantity of gold owned does not change, only its GBP value.

When you save in GBP, you are saving in a debt-based currency. In the past six years alone, the value of GBP has approximately halved when compared with the value of gold.

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