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A recently-published court ruling could open HMRC up to new claims from investors who accidentally lose lifetime allowance ‘protection’ by forgetting to stop paying contributions to their schemes.
It’s the time of year when all good advisers will be talking to their clients about making the most of any unused allowances, and this will often include using the annual allowance (AA) for pension contributions. But are there times when the advice should actually be NOT to use it?
Experts have hailed the onset of a ban on pensions cold calling which came into force today.
A survey of 700 DIY investors has revealed a raft of concerns from pension tax relief to ISAs.
2018 has been a quiet year in the world of pensions - no seismic changes or hacking of allowances makes for welcome relief.
Platform and SIPP operator AJ Bell’s market capitalisation is will be “approximately £651m”, the company has revealed.

SIPP and platform operator AJ Bell is likely to be valued at between £626m and £675m when it floats on the stock market in December, the company predicts.

Platform and SIPP firm AJ Bell has confirmed plans for a float on the London Stock Exchange next month with the company valued at up to £500m.

Major shareholders Invesco Perpetual and chief executive Andy Bell will have an opportunity to sell down their stakes in the business while broadening the firm’s shareholder base.

Invesco currently has a 44 per cent stake which it is expected to sell down to around 25 per cent.

Mr Bell holds 28 per cent of the business and is expected to retain around a quarter.

AJ Bell says the float would enhance its brand, extend its shareholder group, assist in recruitment and incentivisation and help with its growth strategy.
Platform and SIPP firm AJ Bell has boosted its profits to more than £28m as its forthcoming IPO approaches.
Pension withdrawals continued to soar in the third quarter of 2018 leading to suggestions that some pensions savers are treating their pensions like bank accounts, dipping in to withdraw cash when they need it.
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