Special situations

Wickenden, Tony
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/23/2009, p32
The article discusses the impact of the regulation imposed by the British Financial Services Authority (FSA) of placing 50% additional rate for investors that have an income above 150,000 pounds in 2009. It states that the rate has caused consumers of financial companies to consider migrating to other countries. It cites that contributions to pension that were paid are to deducted from the person's total income.


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