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Announcements on lump sums and guidance

Tax windfall for European funds

France and other countries to refund withholding taxes

CTF ‘lifestyling’ set to be scrapped

Consultation on scrapping key requirement

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How to . . . invest in university knowhow

Investors need patience as well as tolerance of risks

Car insurers raise ‘administration’ fees

Big rise in costs for policy alterations and cancellations

Isa top-up window closing

Yorkshire, Skipton and Triodos restrict cash Isa top-ups

Saudi Arabia opens up stock market

First time overseas investors can gain direct access

London landlords see lowest yields

Rental yields lag other regions across the country

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New crackdown on pension ‘liberation’

Almost £500m and at least one life lost to pension scams


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