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Self assessment mistakes will cost UK taxpayers £296m- IFAP

Errors and mistakes on self-assessment tax returns will cost UK tax payers £269m this year according to IFA Promotion&#39s latest research.

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Few issues are as emotive as Europe, throwing up images of referendums and, if some people are to be believed, a super-state, with bureaucrats in Brussels taking control.With so much scaremongering and debate over what a European constitution would mean to people&#39s everyday lives, it appears that this is one political hot potato no one […]

Cheviot jostles for attention in crowded market

CHEVIOT CAPITAL CF CHEVIOT MANAGED Type: Unit trust Aim: Growth by investing in UK and international equities fixed interest and cash Minimum investment: Lump sum £5,000 Investment split: 85% equities, 10% fixed interest, 5% cash Isa link: Yes Pep transfers: Yes Charges: Initial 5%, annual 1.5% Commission: Initial 3%, renewal 0.5% Tel: 020 7566 4040 […]

GSAM awarded £30m Skandia mandate

Goldman Sachs Asset Management has been handed a £30m sub-advisory mandate to run a sterling corporate bond fund for Skandia Investment Management. GSAM will run the investment grade bond segment of SIM&#39s bond income fund which, like its stablemates, will be split between fund of funds and segregated mandates. SIM has also chosen GSAM&#39s £687.5m […]

Thrift wins out over romance

Being able to manage money makes people more attractive to the opposite sex than good dress sense or owning your own home, according to Halifax research.Ninety-one per cent rank a good personality as the most appealing characteristic in a potential partner, followed by 89 per cent who rate a good sense of humour highly.Skill with […]

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