Tax office answers industry’s questions about stand-alone lump sums in light of greater pension freedoms.
France Expat wealth targeted
FinaMetrica claims to be in discussions with several other firms currently using competitors’ systems.
Stamp taxes continue to see a disproportionately high volume of errors in stamp duty land tax returns submitted on paper.
Following this acquisition, assets under management for the Blevins Franks Group stand at £2.2bn.
Government says new standards will increase HMRC’s ability to clamp down on tax evaders.
Analysis & Opinion
Victoria Harman looks at what advisers can do to avoid being caught out by the 14-year rule.
The greater freedom in how pension benefits can be passed on to beneficiaries from April next year has created new opportunities
Defaqto promotes awareness of business property relief
Report states the National Insurance Fund is close to running out, and suggests a single earnings tax to replace it
More on Tax Planning
Oct 29, 2014
Policies announced at the Conservative conference could sound the death knell for IHT on pensions. Danny Cox investigates.
From Investments| Oct 28, 2014
Research finds onshore bonds’ tax benefits give advantages over Oeics.
Oct 22, 2014
Accelerated payments regime on course to recover £7.1bn of disputed tax by March 2016.
Oct 20, 2014
Whole of life policy developed in response to research showing lack of cover.
From Pensions| Oct 17, 2014
‘Non-advised drawdown is an accident waiting to happen’, says pensions expert and workshop panelist.
In a lot of the cases full advice should be recommended and would be well worth the expense.
Oct 15, 2014
The Labour Party’s proposed tax on properties worth over £2m is unfair and impractical
Oct 15, 2014
Service takes advantage of new Isa rules and expectations of interest spike from next April’s at-retirement reforms.