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Check the rates on FSA fee form

Advisers who have received an FSA invoice for their 2009/10 fees and who plan to pay by installments via Premier Credit Limited should check the interest charges on their application form. Forms sent in March and April may quote old charges of 9.2 per cent APR or 7.8 per cent APR for trade body members. The FSA has agreed a new deal with Premier Credit offering 9 per cent and 7.5 per cent.

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