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    Endowment or Savings Plan
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    • 27th Nov 06, 3:20 PM
    Endowment or Savings Plan 27th Nov 06 at 3:20 PM
    Hi can someone give me advice.

    Last June I changed my Mortgage to a repayment mortgage with the Woolwich
    10 year fixed for 10 years 4.67%. My old Mortgage was Interest Only with Endowments. I had two Endowments one of which I sold and the other is still running and with the money for the sold endowments I put it into home improvements. The Mortgage is £81,000 and I am paying £112 into the other endowment. Which is with Friends Provident with profits.It has another 10 years or so to run. The Mortgage has 19 years to go. I was thinks of keeping the old endowment running and hopefully be able to pay of the rest of the repayment mortgage or some of it ,depending on the performance of the endowment in, in in 10yrs time.

    Would anyone have any better suggestions or is this a good idea. That is if the endowment improves . Its was due to pay out 45,000 but has shortfalls. I think the last time I looked , if investments run at 4% I would only receive 28,000 would have to double check it again.

    Thanks for reading:confused:
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