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One of the big themes recently in all areas of business has been financial literacy and education, particularly in terms of bringing some degree of financial education to the school syllabus.
AJ Bell has called for a reintroduction of the permitted investment list for Sipps as pension transfer values soar and fears grow about a rise in pension scamming.
I read John Moret’s article ‘End of era for Sipps world’ with interest the other week.
So, finally the Sipp industry will see the new capital adequacy rules come into force on 1 September 2016.
A pensions firm says there is a “serious sense of mission creep” about the Government proposals launched today to expand Nest.
I was at a street party for the Queen’s birthday and someone asked me what I did, and when I said I worked in pensions the immediate response was – “so you are a financial adviser?”
The Government has missed a chance to crack down on pensions fraud through SSAS, a technical expert says.
How popular have the pension freedoms been? In the period running up to April 2015, I was often asked what I thought we would see with the advent of the pension freedoms.
As we approached 6 April this year the press started to look at the ten-year anniversary of ‘A-Day’ – the day on which pension simplification regulations came into force. Their conclusions have, unfortunately, been anything but positive.
While a lot of people are breathing a sigh of relief at the lack of pension reform in the Budget I think we do know a little more of where we stand and that is resoundingly in the middle.
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