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Tuesday, 20 February 2018 12:14
Police have raided four homes and businesses as part of an investigation into “poorly-run pension schemes suspected of links to cold-calling”.
Monday, 19 February 2018 12:38
The founder of a SIPP firm has predicted ‘casualties’ within the Sipps market in coming months.
Friday, 16 February 2018 17:18
National Financial Planner and retirement specialist LEBC has backed the Work & Pensions Select Committee’s call for a ban on contingent charging for pension transfer advice.
Thursday, 15 February 2018 13:54
MPs call on FCA to ban contingent fees on DB pension transfers and establish an easy-to-use online register of pensions advice firms, MPs have demanded.
Wednesday, 14 February 2018 12:05
The run up to the end of the tax year can be a very busy time for advisers and is an ideal time to ensure that clients review their expression of wishes form.
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Police have raided four homes and businesses as part of an investigation into “poorly-run pension schemes suspected of links to cold-calling”.
The founder of a SIPP firm has predicted ‘casualties’ within the Sipps market in coming months.
National Financial Planner and retirement specialist LEBC has backed the Work & Pensions Select Committee’s call for a ban on contingent charging for pension transfer advice.
MPs call on FCA to ban contingent fees on DB pension transfers and establish an easy-to-use online register of pensions advice firms, MPs have demanded.
The run up to the end of the tax year can be a very busy time for advisers and is an ideal time to ensure that clients review their expression of wishes form. Trustees do have the discretion to select who will receive benefits, but will of course take account of any in an expression of wish form.

A judge has ruled in favour of allowing investors to pursue group legal action against a SIPP firm over claims of mis-selling.

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