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    Letting agents ‘double charging’

    Landlords and tenants are being ripped off by letting agents who charge both parties for the same service, research by By Emma Dunkley

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    Pressure grows over fund fee transparency

    Two major industry bodies are clamping down on the way fees are levied across pensions and investments amid continuing By Emma Dunkley

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    Q&A: Could I go to prison for innocent tax mistake?

    As part of its clampdown on tax evasion and aggressive forms of avoidance, the government has proposed a “strict liability By Jonathan Eley

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    The vast cost of unnecessary insurance

    Most of us are chronically overinsured. We throw away hundreds, even thousands of pounds a year trying to protect ourselves By Lars Kroijer

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    Skandia switches to new Woodford fund

    Skandia Life is switching millions of pounds out of “mirror funds” run by Invesco Perpetual to its former star stockpicker By Emma Dunkley

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    Stamp duty receipts top £1bn

    The Treasury collected more than £1bn in July from stamp duty on property sales, for the first time since the financial By Jonathan Eley

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    6:35PM

    Rail fares, the third payroll tax

    A few weeks ago I wrote about the widespread use of cross-subsidy in financial services, such as where free banking for many By Jonathan Eley

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    6:34PM

    Regulation narrows choice for Sipp investors

    Pension investors face fee increases or narrower investment choices as providers respond to steeper regulatory requirements. By Josephine Cumbo, Pensions Correspondent

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    6:31PM

    Goldman nears $1.1bn payment to FHFA

    Goldman Sachs is close to paying about $1.1bn to resolve claims from a US government agency that it sold bad mortgage-backed By Tom Braithwaite and Kara Scannell in New York

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    The bond paradox and how it will end

    The world has never been in as much debt as it is now. If that sounds worrying, consider this: with interest rates in the By Elaine Moore

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