Here are our pick of the stories your clients may have read in the weekend's papers...
More families will need to consider estate planning after the government froze the inheritance tax threshold to fund reform of the social care system, according to the Independent on Sunday. Chancellor George Osborne U-turned on his promise to raise the threshold to £1m.
Child trust funds
The Mail on Sunday analyses F&C's decision to begin charging for its child trust fund, expected to hit 60,000 customers. Advisers called the current system "a mess", which blocks moving assets from a child trust fund to its replacement, the Junior ISA.
Low cost funds
With investors increasingly looking to tracker funds, active managers have begun looking at hybrid charging models to compete. The Telegraph analyses a number of different models, including a basic fees proposition with add-ons dependant on performance.
Our pick of the stories your clients may have read over the weekend
The Sunday Times encourages readers to complain about bank advice given to around 800,000 customers. A mystery shopping exercise by the Financial Services Authority found that banks were potentially mis-selling investments in 26% of cases.
The FT quotes a number of managers bullish about Africa's prospects as an investment opportunity. In the next five years, ten of the 20 fastest-growing economies in the world will be in sub-Saharan Africa, and two will be in north Africa, according to the International Monetary Fund.
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