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Haridressers to be offered pre-stakeholder scheme

The National Hairdressers&#39 Federation has joined with Legal & General and Advizas to launch a pre-Stakeholder pension scheme.


The affinity group pension will be available to the federations 5,000 plus members from September 1.


The scheme which will be set up as a group personal pension, was negotiated by Advizas on the NHF&#39s behalf.


L&G are providing the scheme with a full transferability guarantee when stakeholder become available in two years. The guarantee means the policyholder will automatically benefit from stakeholder charges if they choose to convert it to a stakeholder plan in 2001.


The plan has a 5 per cent bid/offer spread and an annual management charge of 0.5 per cent. The allocation rate is 100 per cent.

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