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Pension investors could pay more than 70 per cent in tax charges by including 'taxable property' in their Sipps and SSASs, according to Hornbuckle Mitchell.
Increased regulatory pressures from the RDR could herald a major shake-up in the Sipp market over the next two years. Rob Kingsbury reports on how the sector is getting ready for change.
Firms using small self administered schemes (SSAS) could be liable for substantial fines if they fail to abide by the rules.
More than two thirds of adults fear being forced to work past 65 because they cannot afford to retire, according to Zurich.
The eagerly anticipated "Platform" paper was published by the FSA on Wednesday 27 June and Andy Bell, chief executive of Sippcentre parent company AJ Bell has given his views in a new video interview.
Launched two weeks ago, the British Pension Survey, a landmark project aiming to reveal the contemporary financial challenges Britons face in retirement, is already producing surprising and alarming results, say organisers.
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