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Neville James highlights the benefits of selling endowments


Traded endowment policies specialist Neville James is promoting the benefits of selling endowment policies as an alternative to policy surrender.


The company says policyholders can make possible gains of up to 30 per cent more by selling rather than surrendering their plans.


It says recent warnings by the Institute of Actuaries about the effects of low inflation and low interest rates leading to the further cuts in endowment bonus rates, has led to many policyholders considering the future of their policies.


Neville James is therefore urging anyone thinking of cashing in their policies to think again and consider selling instead.

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