Monthly Archives: May 2016

Logic Bites: our monthly news round-up

news round upThere’s always so much happening that we thought we’d bring all the recent clips together in a new online service we’re calling ‘Logic Bites‘.

Each month we’ll publish a news update with snippets picked up from the newspapers. For help with any of the issues, please click here!


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National Savings wields the axe

rates down National Savings & Investments (NS&I) has announced that it will be cutting the interest on FIVE of its variable rate products, mostly from June.

It blames the cuts in part on the fact that the Treasury has set NS&I a lower net funding target for 2016/17 than

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Offshore funds and onshore myths

Maths on wallThe ‘Panama Papers’ have created a media frenzy about offshore investment. Not everything you read was necessarily accurate.  

Offshore investment made front page headlines last month, with the leak of 11.5 million documents from a law firm in Panama. The fact that there was link to the Prime

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