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Yesterday&#39s budget was not one for savers

Ivesco Perpetual says it is disappointed in yesterday&#39s Budget, claiming it is not a Budget for savers.

Head of distribution Mike Webb says the Budget has offered no new incentives to encourage people to provide for their future and no reassurances about ISAs.

He says: “Investors have nothing to look forward to but the abolition of the 10 per cent tax credit on dividend income from 6 April 2004.”

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