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IFAP urges savers to invest tax-free

IFA Promotion is urging taxpayers to invest in one of the tax-free savings vehicles available.


It says that as much as £80m could be saved if money is pumped into Peps, Tessas and Isas.


Chief executive officer Anne-Marie Martyn says: &#34Whilst people shouldn&#39t invest simply because of the tax breaks if tax payers don&#39t take advantage of as many of these opportunities as they can they may be giving money to the taxman quite unnecessarily.&#34

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