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Beware of dodgy Sipp investments

By Kate Beioley , 05 February 2015

Too many investors are still losing their self-invested personal pensions (Sipps) to dodgy investments, with the latest scams relating to Australian farmland.

Beware of dodgy Sipp investments

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