Contingent charging is a "hangover" from commission and should not be used as a payment method, according to BBC journalist and money columnist Paul Lewis.
Speaking at The Great Pension Debate II in Port Talbot, the journalist said contingent charging is the equivalent of charging commission and throws up conflict of interest issues. "[Contingent charging...
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