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Legal & General – Group Personal Pension – Single Charge

Tuesday, 12th December 2000.



Type: Group pension plan.

Minimum premium: Monthly £20.

Minimum group size: One.

Minimum-maximum ages: 16-74.

Fund links: Managed, distribution, equity, international, European, North American, Far Eastern, UK equity index, US equity index, European equity index, Japanese equity index, consensus, UK recovery, UK smaller companies, fixed interest, index linked gilts, property, cash, unitised with profits, ethical, lifestyle options.

Charges: Initial 0.3-1 per cent.

Allocation rates: 100 per cent.

Minimum term: One month.

Commission: Up to 2.5 per cent level, or 1.5 per cent level

plus 0.15 per cent fund based, or up to 0.4 per cent fund based.

Tel: 02920 683524.

 

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