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Legal & General – 2 in 1 Isa

Wednesday, 9 October 2002

Type: Unit trust mini or maxi Isa

Aim: Growth by investing in unit trusts

Minimum investment: Lump sum £500, monthly £50

Maximum investment: £7,000

Catmarked: No

Investment choice: Legal & General UK index and cash trusts

Charges: Annual 0.5% UK index trust

Commission: Initial 1% for lump sum investments, 0.75% for monthly investments UK index trust

Tel: 0800 0920092

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