Scheme frauds may be growing in number


Scheme fraud may be becoming more prevalent warns an accountant after a slew of cases over the last six months.

This follows the arrest of three men on suspicion of fraud last month (PP Online, 21 February) and a number of other cases. Baker Tilly head of pensions Ian Bell (pictured) believes this could b...

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