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Standard Life – Health Cash Plan

Tuesday, 27th March 2001.



Type: Group healthcare cash plan.

Minimum premium: £6.30 a month.

Minimum-maximum ages: 18-65.

Maximum benefits: Single £7,500, couple £30,000.

Deferred period: Six months. Maternity/paternity cover and complications of pregnancy – one year. Accident – no deferred period.

Commission: Initial 30 per cent, renewal 5 per cent.

Tel: 01483 553461.

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