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Canada Life Annuity Growth Account – 8th June 2000

Type: Five-year annuity.


Minimum investment: £35,000.


Minimum age: 50.


Income frequency: Choice of monthly, quarterly, half-annually or annually.


Charges: None.


Options: At end of term choice of another five year annuity or lifetime annuity.


Commission: Initial 2 per cent, renewal 0.25 per cent.


Tel: 0345 226232.

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