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AITC backs call to retain Isa tax credit

The AITC has joined forces with five other financial organisations to urge the Chancellor to retain the equity ISA tax credit.

Alongside the Pep and ISA Managers’ Association (PIMA), the Investment Management Association (IMA), the Association of Private Client Investment Managers and Stockbrokers (APICMS), Proshare and the Association of Independent Financial Advisers (AIFA), the AITC is calling for the government to abandon proposed plans to abolish the 10 per cent ISA tax credit.

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