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Budget 2011: A print-out guide to show your clients

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 25/03/2011
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Ken Clarke may have found it a bit boring (bookmaker Ladbrokes paid out on Clarke falling asleep during Osborne's speech), but there were still a number of measures affecting your clients in this week's Budget.

Mortgage Solutions has produced this handy little guide summing up all the key points. Perfect for showing your customers.

Print out our pdf file below (click on the image to open the file).

 

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