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“Good value of return”

Written on: 23/05/2010

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“Friendly, honest and reliable society. ”

Written on: 12/03/2010

Friendly, honest and reliable society.
Good value for money as compared to other societies.
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“The Royal Standard Friendly Society demonstrates that...”

Written on: 17/01/2004 by mayfairman (2 reviews written)

The Royal Standard Friendly Society demonstrates that there is still merit in being a mutual, with no greedy shareholders to pay. As a small society the Royal Standard has very low overheads and can give all its surplus to its policy holders, keeping bonus levels much higher than those on insurance company endowments.

Investors are limited by law to a maximum investment of £270 p.a. in the tax free fund, but over ten years that can easily build up into enough to pay the university top up… Read Full Review

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