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Framlington World Cup challenge

Mark Timmons&#39 Marked Card rose to first place after a couple of weeks occupying the second spot, with an overall rise of 9.19 per cent.

Brian Rooney makes a return to the top three, having been in fifth place last week, now occupying second with a 9.13 per cent rise. Martin Cawley&#39s ETID squeezes into third by the slimmest of margins – 0.06 per cent.

With only one more week before the next monthly winner is announced, will Brian Rooney move to the top spot again and secure the prize for a second month in a row or will Mark Timmon&#39s Marked Card hold on to poll position?


Investlife Luxemburg – Higher Income & Growth Bond

Thursday, 18 April 2002 Higher Income & Growth Bond Type: Guaranteed equity bond Aim: Growth or income linked to the performance of 10 Dow Jones Europe Stoxx market sectors Minimum investment: £10,000 Place of registration: Luxemburg Investment split: 100% linked to the performance of 10 Dow Jones Europe Stoxx market sectors Guarantee: Capital returned in […]

The university of life

When children go to university life for their parents can work out to be extremely expensive. This is especially true if parents are having to pay the costs from taxed income.The costs usually include a contribution towards the normal living expenses of the children and currently, for most of the UK, also include tuition fees […]

Verity&#39s view

When the Inland Revenue brought its consultation on annuities to a close, it left many IFAs and their clients disappointed.From the start, its refusal to review the compulsory purchase of annuities at the age of 75 looked dogmatic and inflexible, a throwback to the days when bureaucrats knew better than the average member of the […]

Aussie Rules

Anyone considering how the proposals in CP121 could affect the UK&#39s financial services market should look to Australia. Having scrapped polarisation in the early 1990s, it already has 10 years&#39 experience of a distribution structure similar to that put forward by the FSA in CP121.Up until the 1980s, advice was not regarded as particularly important […]


Case study: administration — implementing a management log

Our client is a leading video game and publishing company best known for its console role-playing game franchises. The client provides a number of benefits, at varying levels and cost that attract a P11d liability. With the absence of a management log to track data for benefit movements, enormous administrative and therefore cost implications were occurring each year just to comply with P11d reporting requirements.


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