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Video: Advisers react to Budget 2016 (and that ISA)

16 March 2016

Budget 2016 may not have delivered the fireworks of previous announcements, but there was still plenty to mull over.

Budget 2016 may not have delivered the fireworks of previous announcements, but there was still plenty to mull over.

We invited two advisers into Zurich HQ (not the one in Switzerland) to discuss some of George Osborne's key measures.

What did they think of the new for-savings-or-retirement 'Lifetime' ISA? How about the significant drop in capital gains tax? And what of the fate of the Money Advice Service? We also asked them whether the Financial Advice Market Review will finally clear up any confusion around the definition of 'advice'.

In this short video, independent advisers Jonathan James, of Grosvenor Consultancy, and Sanjay Badhan, of Future Planning Wealth Management, share their quick-fire views...