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An executive director at The Pensions Regulator has called for pension transfers to SSAS to be banned.
I have just been reading the appeal of an unauthorised payment charge on a Sipp member where an investment was made into a company and from this investment a loan was made to the member.
The industry body representing Sipp and SSAS providers has handed out a trio of Honorary Lifetime Memberships.
Reduction in the MPAA: a sign of things to come?

Sitting here amidst a post-Christmas lull, whilst tucking into a seventh meal comprised of turkey, my mind naturally drifts to the Autumn Statement consultation about reducing the Money Purchase Annual Allowance (MPAA) from £10,000 to £4,000 with effect from 6 April 2017.
Today saw the release of the ‘Women In Finance’ charter and although I haven’t really been engaged in the production of this, I decided as a woman, maybe I should take a look to see if I was missing out on something that might change my life or the life of my colleagues.
A former Hornbuckle sales director has been hired by SSAS provider Rowanmoor Group.
The DWP is seeking suggestions on how it can stop SSASs being used in pension scams.
A Financial Planning firm director fears genuine entrepreneurial investors maybe put off from using flexible pensions such as SSAS, following signals of a scam crackdown.
During the summer, HMRC unexpectedly began challenging Sipp providers on whether net pension contributions can be made in specie, (that is, a change of legal ownership without sell/buy transactions).
The Financial Ombudsman has ruled against an advice firm over investing in an unregulated collective investment scheme.
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