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Aberdeen Prolific Unit Trust Managers offer last Pep and first ISA

Aberdeen Prolific Unit Trust Managers is offering a last Pep and first ISA discount of up to 1.5 per cent on the ISA for people investing the full £6,000 in a 1998/99 Pep and £7,000 in a 1999/2000 maxi ISA.


There is a choice of 15 Pep funds and 25 ISA funds and the offer runs until February 26.

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