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AITC offers discounts until end of tax year

The AITC has announced discounts on 124 of its member investment trusts until the end of the tax year.

The deals, which will see discounts on over a third of the trade body&#39s member funds varying in detail from trust to trust.

Many fund managers such as Aberdeen, Baillie Gifford and First State are dropping their initial charges until April 5, while others such as Fidelity International are losing the upfront charges when investments are made through an Isa wrapper.

AITC communications director Annabel Brodie-Smith says: “For those looking to take advantage of their Isa allowance before April 5, there are tempting Isa offers on well over a third of the AITC&#39s membership across a wide range of sectors and risk profiles.”

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