dunstonh wrote: »
The reason that they would have done investment bonds is to keep money out of the means test and/or reduce IHT liability. Typically the former.
le_loup wrote: »
Read that again Paully. That is what it was all about and I venture most of the "victims" knew that was what it was all about. You may be different.
hat I want to know, as I dont know anything about redress payments, or what investments would on average return (and I know they can go down as well), is how would one know the amount of redress actually do put one back to the position they would have been should the poor investments not have been used/advised.
he reason I am asking the questions are that banks don't normally give money away for nothing,
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