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Fines warning over claims forms

IFAs who fail to submit a claims form to the FSA by the end of October could face fines of hundreds of pounds, even if no complaints have been made against them, according to compliance consultancy PYV Corporate Resourcing. In the absence of any complaints IFAs should submit a nil returns form as required under the FSA rule book.

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