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Scottish Widows launches low cost Isa

Scottish Widows


LOW CHARGE ISA


Type: Maxi/mini Isa.


Aim: To track the shares in the FTSE 100.


Minimum investment: £1,000 lump sum. Additional investments – £500.


Maximum investment: £7,000 for maxi Isas, £3,000 for mini Isas for tax year 1999/2000.


Catmarked: Yes.


Investment choice: Scottish Widows UK Index Fund.


Yield: 1.68 per cent.


Special offer: Annual – 0.25 per cent discount.


Offer period: Until 5 April 2000.


Commission: None.


Telephone: 0845 8450088.


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