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Grand Master - Bro R Penn
Deputy Grand Master - Sister M Blankson-VanDyck
Senior Director - Sister S Whitehouse
Member of Board - Sister P Palmer
Member of Board - Bro T Krawczyk
Member of Board - Bro Martin Bakudie
Member of Board - Bro P Hulland
Trustee Chairman - Bro V M.Houldsworth
Trustee Director - Bro E Winterbottom
Trustee Director - Bro D Whittaker
Order Grand Secretary - Bro N Robinson
Deputy Grand Secretary - Bro D Oakes
Helping Hand Savings Plan
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HELPING HAND SAVINGS PLAN APPLICATION
Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct
Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority
The simple low-cost way to save for a child’s future
Please leave blank:
Date of Birth:
HOW MUCH DO YOU WISH TO SAVE ON BEHALF OF CHILD?
Monthly (min £5 - max £25)
Quarterly (min £15 - max £75)
Annually (min £60 - max £270)
Policy to be payable after (number of years):
I hereby apply for and on behalf of the child to the Grand United Order of Oddfellows Friendly Society For an endowment policy known as HELPING HAND Savings Plan and comply with the ‘Conditions of Additional Declaration’ below.
Details of the person paying the premium on behalf of the child:
If you are not the parent or guardian of the child but wish to "gift" a HELPING HAND policy, simply complete the section below.
I make the foregoing proposal and declare all statements therein and true and complete. The child, to the best of my knowledge is in good health and has not consulted neither is planned to see a specialist or attended hospital for any serious illness. I declare that the child does not have any other Tax Exempt savings Plans (excluding ISA's) with this or any other Friendly Society and that by taking out this plan, the child's maximum entitlement of £25 per month or £270, if paid annually, to a tax exempt savings plan is not exceeded. Futhermore, I declare that the total of the child's contribution to this tax exempt policy and other taxable qualifying policies under HMRC rules does not exceed £3600 per annum.
Failure to mention any material fact (this is a fact that an insurer would regard as likely to influence the assesment and acceptance of an application for a policy) may affect the amount payable upon death or maturity. If an applicant is in any doubt whether the fact is material or not, it should be disclosed anyway.
Conditions and copies of the completed application forms are available on request.
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