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Whether you want to see your money grow for the future, need an income from your investment now, or want a combination of both, we have a range of products to suit.

Visit Scottish Widows investments for more information.

Click on the left hand menu to find out more about our Investment Bond and how to pay more money into your bond.

The type of investment you choose will depend upon a number of things, including your investment objectives, how long you want to invest for, and your attitude to risk.

You should therefore take the time to speak to your financial adviser who will be able to give you advice on which product is best suited to your particular needs. You may be charged for any advice.

The value of your bond and any withdrawals that you take from it can fall as well as rise depending on investment performance (and currency exchange rates where a fund invests overseas) and you could get back less than you invested. This type of investment does not offer any guarantees.

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