personal equity plan


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personal equity plan

n
(Banking & Finance) the full name for PEP
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They also administer both a managed Personal Equity Plan (PEP) and a self-select PEP.
REITs benefit individuals who have invested in property through an Isa, a self invested personal pension, a personal equity plan or a child trust fund because they are able to reclaim the tax deducted at source.
Q I HAVE an existing Personal Equity Plan worth pounds 20,000 with one PEP provider.
Personal Equity Plan (PEP) - With this scheme savers have the choice of investing in three different investment plans - known as Global, Irish and Euro - or a combination of all three.
OVER the last few years one area of investment which is frequently in the limelight is the Personal Equity Plan, or PEP.
REITs will benefit individuals who have invested in property through an Isa, a self invested personal pension, a personal equity plan or a child trust fund because they will be able to reclaim the tax deducted at source.
He has had to break into his personal equity plan and pension.
The penalties were imposed by the Investment Management Regulatory Organisation (IMRO) and relate to lapses in the bank's global custody business - which involves looking after assets like stocks and shares - and the running of its Personal Equity Plan business.
DEPENDING on your attitude to risk, a Personal Equity Plan may be an appropriate route - because of the tax efficiency and growth opportunities available.
Steven Willis tricked 91-year-old Rae Jackson into writing out cheques for almost pounds 20,000, supposedly for a personal equity plan, leaving the top line blank.
LIZ STOTT, of Wirral, Merseyside, has been paying pounds 100 a month into a Marks and Spencer Personal Equity Plan for the last few years.
I invested some money in a Personal Equity Plan (PEP) about eight months ago.

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