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Prudential Annuities – Flexible Lifetime Annuity

Thursday, 22nd March 2001.



Type: With-profits and unit-linked annuity.

Minimum investment: £100,000.

Minimum age: 50.

Income frequency: Monthly, quarterly, half yearly or annually. Payable in advance or in arrears.

Charges: Initial 3 per cent, annual 0.8-1.225 per cent.

Options: None.

Commission: Initial 2 per cent, renewal 0.25 per cent.

Tel: 0845 6060630.

 

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