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Scottish Widows – Extra Income & Growth Plan

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.



Type: Stocks and shares mini Isa.




Aim: Income or growth by investing in Stockmarket growth 2.




Minimum investment: Lump sum £7,000 for Isa, £10,000 for direct investment.




Maximum investment: Lump sum £7,000 for Isa, or £1 million for direct investment.




Catmarked: No.




Investment choice: Stockmarket growth 2.




Yield: Annual payments over three years and one month of 10.25 per cent, 12 quarterly payments of 2.5 per cent or growth of 33 per cent over three years and one month.




Charges: None.




Offer period: Until December 5, 2000.




Commission: Initial 3 per cent.




Tel: 0845 8450022.




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