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On tax and the paradox of public interest in wealth

Meet Louise Linton: wife of US Treasury secretary and human Scrabble hand Steve Mnuchin, snappy dresser and, it transpired last week, combative hashtagger.

Having recently made sure to let her Instagram followers know all the designer labels she was sporting (which I am told is the done thing these days), Linton came under attack from fellow netizens for her public display of wealth. To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management magazine

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