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    Rpoints Legend BangraMonkey
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    Click here to visit engage Easy Save



    You may already have an ISA, but did you know you can also build a tax free lump sum with your friendly society tax exempt savings allowance?

    You really don't have to give the tax man more of your savings than you need to! If you're aged between 16 and 74 you can open an Easy Save plan and take advantage of a sepcial government tax break!
    • Tax-exempt saving - save £15 to £25 a month for between 10 and 25 years on top of your ISA allowance
    • Special Government tax break - available only from friendly societies. Easy Save is a tax exempt with profits saving plan. The tac treatment of Easy Save may change in the future.
    • Tax-free lump sum - when you save for at least 10 years. The lump sum depends on investment performance and cannot be guaranteed exempt as described in the guarantee below.
    • Enjoy a GUARANTEED tax free lump sum - cash in your plan within 28 days after the term end date and engage Mutual Assurance will guarantee to pay back at least what you've invested - even if the stock market has fallen. To qualify you must have paid all premiums due for the policy term. If you cash in at any other time then you may get back less than you have paid in. The amount of the tax free sum depends on investment performance and cannot be guaranteed, except as explained above.
    • From engage Mutual Assurance - a modern mutual with over 26 years experience.

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    Hey Bangra - don't you think it's about time you updated your sig?

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    Contributor Biggles2
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    Thanks for the usual unbiased advert! Shouldn't you have mentioned both sides of the picture?

    So it's actually a with-profits plan with charges that scare me - like 50% of all your first years' premiums(!!), plus continuing charges of £1 a month plus 1.25% of the fund value. And, of course, no guarantee of any profit whatsoever at the end of it.

    Thanks, but no thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggles2
    Thanks for the usual unbiased advert! Shouldn't you have mentioned both sides of the picture?

    So it's actually a with-profits plan with charges that scare me - like 50% of all your first years' premiums(!!), plus continuing charges of £1 a month plus 1.25% of the fund value. And, of course, no guarantee of any profit whatsoever at the end of it.

    Thanks, but no thanks.
    =Square root of diddly squat!

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    Rpoints Legend BangraMonkey
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    when promoting an offer we need to use the copy given to us... the forums are available for you to discuss the offer and i'm sure everyone will welcome your input
    A Monkey is for life, not just for Xmas!

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    Enthusiast Oscar_merkx
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    who has done this offer ?

    Any feedback

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    I signed up through the Advent calendar offer at the weekend, doesnt look good for receiving my points going by past performance but we shall see


 

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