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Over half of pensioners are now classed as “top earners”, new figures have revealed.

Bosses who have jeopardised defined benefit pension schemes could be fined retrospectively, Secretary of State Esther McVey has announced.

IFG Group, the owners of SIPP company James Hay Partnership, has announced a £400,000 loss in the last year, compared to profits of £6.4m for 2016.

Growing SIPP provider Momentum Pensions has appointed a new UK managing director as it continues its UK expansion.

Sipp experts have warned that a provider’s legal triumph in its battle with HMRC over in specie contributions is “not the end of the story”.

The recent decision by Revenue Scotland regarding Land and Buildings Transaction Tax in Scotland (LBTT) and its application to in-specie transfers between SIPP or SSAS providers brought to a close a period of almost two years of involvement for Morton Fraser in the debate surrounding the issue in Scotland, writes Fergus McDiarmid of Morton Fraser.
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