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National Mutual improves SIPP contract

National Mutual has improved the flexibility of its self invested personal pension.


The contract&#39s minimum insured requirement has been removed and three investment options added.


Clients can now choose an insured plan where all contributions are invested, a self invested account where all contributions are invested in other funds permitted by the Inland Revenue, or a combination of the two.

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