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Isa limit extended

Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown has announced the curremt £7,000 Isa limit will be extended for the next five years in his pre-budget report.

The news will be welcomed by fund managers and IFAs, who had been lobbying for the continuation of the higher limit from the past year.

It had previously been proposed to drop the limit to £5,000 from next April.

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