I give up! IFAs 'resigned' to paying unfair FSCS fees

FSCS

Carmen Reichman
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Advisers have hit out at the FSCS for its unfair fees in the past, but after the recent levy hike there was an eerie silence from some...

It would seem most advisers are taking the latest Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) levy increase 'on the chin'. In its latest budget consultation for the coming levy year, the FSCS proposed...

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