Two in five UK couples over the age of 40 have made arrangements to ensure one partner will continue to receive a retirement income.
Accelerated payments regime on course to recover £7.1bn of disputed tax by March 2016.
Whole of life policy developed in response to research showing lack of cover.
‘Non-advised drawdown is an accident waiting to happen’, says pensions expert and workshop panelist.
Service takes advantage of new Isa rules and expectations of interest spike from next April’s at-retirement reforms.
Thesis presents top tips for charitable giving
Analysis & Opinion
In a lot of the cases full advice should be recommended and would be well worth the expense.
The Labour Party’s proposed tax on properties worth over £2m is unfair and impractical
They’ve been referred to as the biggest changes to pension tax rules for a generation, some say ever.
The country is all but broke, so if there is any spare money going around, it doesn’t need to go in my pocket.
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From Pensions| Oct 06, 2014
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Oct 03, 2014
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