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Scot Mutual combines Isa with shares

Scottish Mutual is offering an income and growth plan which combines an

Isa with direct share investment. The single-premium plan buys shares in

Dublin-based investment company Census Investments 24, which invests in 32

stocks from the FTSE 100 index. Return on capital depends on the

performance of the 32 stocks. Investors can have a fixed annual income of

10 per cent, quarterly income of 2.4 per cent or growth of 31 per cent. The

term is three years and two months. Commission is 3 per cent.

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