Here are our picks of what clients may have read in the weekend's papers…
Britain's highest earners are shouldering an increasing share of the UK's income tax burden, as coalition government policies take more people out of paying the tax, according to figures released by HM Revenue & Customs. Higher and top-rate taxpayers' share of the bill will jump from 54.2% to 61.3%, according to the Sunday Times.
Markets may be about to undergo "a great rotation", the FT reports. Shares, which have performed poorly in recent decades, will begin to provide strong returns, the paper said, with the long bull market in government bonds set to end.
Fighting the effects of inflation on savings has become more important since Mark Carney took over at the Bank of England, the Mail on Sunday argued. He has strongly hinted the bank should switch its focus from controlling inflation and instead prioritise growth.
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The precious metal could be about to soar in value, according to the Independent on Sunday. Analysts have predicted the price will hit $2,200 (£1,395) an ounce by the end of this year - a massive jump from current levels of about $1,675.
Investing in Japan is "a dream investment", according to the Telegraph. The Japanese stock market currently trades at a book value of less than one, compared to the American average of 2.27. Its undervaluation could be about to end, as new prime minister Shinzo Abe has promised an aggressive economic policy to end years of stagnation.
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