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Money Marketing on-line &#45 first for IFA Budget coverage

Money Marketing on-line will as usual be the first to bring you focused coverage on the implications of today&#39s Budget announcement.

Our on-line coverage will start before the Chancellor sits down with news updates on the key Budget points for IFAs. This coverage will continue through the evening as our team of seven reporters investigates what the detailed Budget announcements mean for the industry.

From 6am tomorrow morning (Thursday) Money Marketing on-line will have the full text of Money Marketing newspaper&#39s extensive Budget coverage including comment and analysis from our expert Budget panel: Aifa director general Paul Smee, mortgage consultant Mark Chilton, Scottish Mutual head of investment and pensions Leslie Grey, Scottish Equitable head of sales international products Richard Leeson, Hargreaves Lansdown head of research Mark Dampier and Advisory & Brokerage Services chief executive Gareth Marr.

And later in the morning you will be able to access extensive analysis of what the Budget means for IFAs and product providers from Money Marketing columnist Tony Wickenden and his team at Technical Connection. This analysis will only be available on-line.


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