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Liverpool Victoria launches new savings plan

Liverpool Victoria is launching of a regular savings investment plan, Max, a unitised 10 year plan investing in the provider&#39s with-profits fund.

Max provides minimal life and terminal illness cover with minimum monthly investment of £50 or £600 a year with no maximum limit.

Partial withdrawals or reduced payment premiums are allowed and investors have two charging options, level or initial. At the end of the 10 year term, Max can be extended for an additional 10 years.

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