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May 19, 2015

Pension freedoms will drive more to trusts: Unbiased

New research shows £550m is set to be wasted in inheritance tax payments this year.

From Pensions| May 19, 2015

Divorcees must check earmarking pension orders

Action to protect benefits must be taken or divorcees could be left without a pension, says wealth manager.

From Pensions| May 11, 2015

Buy-to-let will end up buy-to-regret: SJP

Using your pension to buy a property is not the most tax efficient use of your money, expert warns.

From Pensions| Apr 30, 2015

Decumulation and tax relief top of commission agenda

Decumulation and pensions tax relief “work together in a way”, trade union says.

Apr 24, 2015

Overseas tax dodging continues to be targeted

HMRC’s new rules mean tougher penalties for hiding assets abroad.

From Regulation| Apr 24, 2015

Tories pledge England-only income tax rate

Conservative party set to publish an England-only manifesto today.

Analysis & Opinion

May 22, 2015

Tax spotlight

Taxation of investment bonds: Danny Cox analyses different investment bonds to be used within tax efficient wrappers

Five things: All about IHT

From Investments| Apr 29, 2015

Five things: All about IHT

With various promises of inheritance tax changes in the elections, here are five things to keep in mind when discussing it.

Estate planning – One size fits all

Apr 27, 2015

Estate planning – One size fits all

The inheritability of pensions means the tax wrapper can pass to future generations. Danny Cox looks at estate planning.

Tax and the court of public opinion

Apr 16, 2015

Tax and the court of public opinion

Sometimes multinationals are only making the most of available tax reliefs within the letter and spirit of the law.

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Key Adviser Issues in Budget 2015

Everything you need to know about the key measures affecting you and your clients from George Osborne’s sixth Budget.

Special Reports

Retirement Income Planning - March 2015

Reforms will trigger the most fundamental rethink of at-retirement advice in years.

FTAdviser Blog

Pensioner bond bonanza shows expediency is everything

News Review: More older investors will be able to access market-smashing savings rates.

Adviser Guides

Guide to Isas and Pension Freedoms

Isas were made a far more flexible savings vehicle last year.

Adviser Guides

Guide to Bypass Trusts and Pension Freedoms

Questions have been raised about whether bypass trusts have a role to play in tax planning in the future.

Recent Articles
  1. Pension reforms are catalyst for expertise sharing
    Apr 23, 2015

    Pension reforms are catalyst for expertise sharing

    Industry body says pension freedoms make referral and knowledge networks all the more important.

  2. IHT relief introduced for emergency services personnel
    Apr 21, 2015

    IHT relief introduced for emergency services personnel

    Extended IHT relief for emergency services personnel could make it more complicated.

  3. Aegon warns of annual allowance reduction triggers
    From Pensions| Apr 21, 2015

    Aegon warns of annual allowance reduction triggers

    Provider suggests three pension freedom strategies that maintain the £40,000 annual tax free amount.

  4. HMRC toughens overseas pension warnings
    From Pensions| Apr 21, 2015

    HMRC toughens overseas pension warnings

    Changes reflect statutory instrument which came into effect in the weeks ahead of pension reforms.

  5. Five things: Non-dom tax rules
    Apr 15, 2015

    Five things: Non-dom tax rules

    This week, we look at five things you need to know about the non-domiciled tax status.

  6. Tories place housing at heart of manifesto
    Apr 14, 2015

    Tories place housing at heart of manifesto

    Pre-election pledges tackle housing, social care and tax.

  7. Pensions tax relief being used as ‘election piggy bank’
    From Pensions| Apr 14, 2015

    Pensions tax relief being used as ‘election piggy bank’

    Advisers agree pre-election manifestos show your pensioner benefits are safe, unless you are a wealthy pensioner.

  8. Tories plan IHT pension tax raid ahead of election
    From Regulation| Apr 13, 2015

    Tories plan IHT pension tax raid ahead of election

    Pre-manifesto leak confirmed by party leader over the weekend.

  9. HMRC backs advice in fight against 780% tax charge appeal
    From Regulation| Apr 10, 2015

    HMRC backs advice in fight against 780% tax charge appeal

    Tribunal takes sympathetic view of effective 779 per cent tax charge which would cause investor’s bankruptcy.

  10. Election Papers: Labour to abolish non-dom tax perks
    From Regulation| Apr 08, 2015

    Election Papers: Labour to abolish non-dom tax perks

    As the election rumour mill hots up, Labour leader seeks to position party as enemies of inequality.

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