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Prudential – Flexible Investment Plan

Type: Unit-linked portfolio bond

Aim: Growth and income by investing in choice of five Prudential

Minimum-maximum ages: 18-89

Minimum investment: Lump sum £10,000

Allocation rates: Initial charge option &#45 £10,000-£19,999 &#45 102%,
£20,000-£49.999 &#45 102.5%, £50,000- £74,999 &#45 103.5 £75,000 and
above £103.75% No initial charge option – £10,000-£19,999 &#45 100%,
£20,000-£49.999 &#45100.25% £50,000- £74,999 101% £75,000 and
above 101.25% Rates reduced by between 2% and 4% for people
age 75 and over

Investment choice: Cautious bond, corporate bond, property bond,
prudence bond, managed bond

Income facility: Yes

Charges: Initial charge option – initial 5%, annual 1.25%-1.9%. No
initial charge option &#45 annual 1.55%-2.2%

Commission: Subject to negotiation

Tel: 08457 900999


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