Five things clients will call you about this week

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Here are five stories clients may have read in the weekend's papers...

Relief for savers A side effect of the Government's Funding for Lending Scheme has been the downward pressure exerted on saving rates. The Observer reports the recent announcement that the scheme will be redirected away from mortgage lending could signal an end to the unforgivingly low rates savers have been stuck with. Read the story here Enterprise Investment Schemes The Telegraph has a story on Chancellor George Osborne's plans for promoting investment in Enterprise Investment Schemes. The Chancellor is said to be considering whether to extend the tax relief offered to investor...

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