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Two things have happened at the beginning of this month that will have a major impact on my life.
In her first new blog for Sipps Professional, Claire Trott, head of pensions technical at Talbot and Muir, reflects on an Autumn Statement, which left her with a number of questions to ponder...
Sipp inflows for January to September increased by nearly £3bn compared to the same period last year, according to data which covers 90% of the UK’s leading life and pensions companies.
A premier league of five to seven major providers will own about 90% of DC workplace pension scheme assets by 2020, industry experts have forecast.
Nearly two out of three people currently employed expect to have to work beyond 65 and 11% are anticipating they will be working beyond 76 or will never retire.
Many savers are oblivious to how their pensions work, a survey has suggested after finding ignorance on a number of key basic points.
Several advice firms are braced for FCA punishments after consumers were advised to switch their mainstream personal pensions into Sipps through ‘improper delegation’ to unauthorised firms.
There are ‘ominous’ signals over pensions tax relief that a ‘bloody nose’ is still to come despite the Chancellor’s silence on the subject yesterday, industry figures have warned.
Changes to the timing of auto-enrolment announced today by the Chancellor will result in a £820m tax bonus for the Treasury, a retirement expert has estimated.
The basic State Pension will rise by more than it has done for 15 years in real terms in 2016, the Chancellor has said this afternoon.
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