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ISAs It was the last weekend before the tax deadline, so most of the nationals predictably went big on ISAs. The Mail on Sunday had a neat round-up of how ISAs work, as did the Independent, which urged readers not to waste any more time. Meanwhile the Guardian provided a guide to some of the best stocks and shares ISAs out there. A more interesting angle came from the Observer, which compared bonds and equities, while the Telegraph warned of some banks closing ISAs before the Thursday deadline. Japan Is it time to go big in Japan? That was the question the Telegraph attempted to a...

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