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L&G highlights investment opportunities for Tessas


With the end of the tax year fast approaching Legal & General has highlighted how Tessas unlike Peps, can still receive new contributions up until 2004.


According to L&G this opens up a number of potential investment opportunities. For example, £3,000 could be invested into a Tessa before April 5, effectively allowing the full first year Isa allowance of £7,000 to be invested in equities.

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