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Scottish Provident International special deal on top ups


Scottish Provident International is offering double allocation rates on top up premiums to its offshore savings plans.


The special offer for existing customers applies to regular premiums into international retirement plan Momentum and its savings plan Quantum.


New top ups to the existing plans will receive double allocation in the first month of the increase.


The offer is available to May 28, but does not apply to UK regulated business.


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