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I want to leave £1.4m to charity

By Moira O'Neill , 28 January 2015

Our retired reader and his wife want to leave their Isas and personal pensions to charity and so are investing for capital preservation. But our experts disagree on the ideal asset allocation.

I want to leave £1.4m to charity

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