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Liverpool Victoria extends 2 per cent extra allocation offer

Liverpool Victoria has extended the 2 per cent extra allocation on its with-profits growth bond due to ongoing demand.

Now available until October 31, the single premium bond has a money back guarantee on the policy&#39s 10th anniversary and no early exit charges on death.

The bond is designed for long term growth and has a minimum investment of £10,000. It already offer a standard 102 per cent allocation for £10,000 – £19,999 invested, 102.5 per cent for £20,000 – £49,000, 103 per cent for £50,000 – £99,000 and 103.25 per cent for £100,000 – £500,000.

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