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Warning for tax scheme investors

Be wary of mailshot solutions to HMRC disputes

Regulator to review its pensions rules

Rethink ahead of April shake-up

Backing for ‘active share’ disclosure

Metric shows how fund differs from its benchmark

George Osborne, the chancellor, announced a future Conservative government would freeze working age benefits for two years
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Widows’ annuity tax expected to be axed

Osborne likely to bring payments in line with ‘death tax’ reform

CGT regime tightens for non-residents

Property sales from April will be liable for tax on gains

UKAR offers to buy back subordinated debt

Government agency offers premium to holders of Northern Rock and Bradford & Bingley debt

Tracker funds lure record flows

Inflows follow price cuts by major providers

FCA warns managers over in-house funds

Regulator says managers could be more transparent about the use of in-house funds

Red card for Venables’ football fund

Offshore regulator revokes manager’s licence


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