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Webb calls for flat 30% pensions tax relief

24 April 2014 | By Natalie Holt

Pensions minister says pension tax relief should be spread ”much more evenly”.

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Royal London adds £318m in with-profits bonuses in 2013

24 April 2014 | By Tessa Norman

Further £81m allocated to policies through mutual dividend.


Scottish Widows appoints new annuities director

23 April 2014 2:31 pm | By Tom Selby

Stuart Paton Evans will be responsible for developing retirement income solutions following radical pension reforms announced last month.


Just Retirement latest to add one-year fixed term annuity

22 April 2014 2:45 pm | By Michael Glenister

Annuity provider says product designed to allow retirees to remove investment risk until April 2015.

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Steve Bee: Isn't it time we started trusting savers?

23 April 2014

There was a time when I was not very popular with the great and good of the pensions industry.

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Standard Life: How we decided our auto-enrol charging structure

23 April 2014

Provider says a shared cost model between employer and member avoids disparity between members.

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New platform world appears anything but clean and simple

22 April 2014 | By Paul McMillan

Huge discrepancies highlight the “utterly confusing world which consumers have been ushered into”.


Robert Reid: Solving the independence mess

22 April 2014

This could end up as a judicial review as some major players seek to protect their status

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David White: Pension charge cap does nothing to boost employer engagement

16 April 2014

The charge cap is good news for pension savers but a failure to get employers to engage with auto-enrolment is putting the whole project at risk.


Billy Burrows: What will good advice look like post-Budget?

15 April 2014

The challenge is finding a way of explaining the complex options for many people who still want an income in retirement.

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Osborne urged to relax Sipp residential property investment rules

21 March 2014 | By Tom Selby

Call follows announcement that from April next year anyone who is aged 55 or over will be able to take their entire pension fund as cash.

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Friends Life imposes 21% fee hike on 2,000 Sipp investors

26 February 2014 | By Tom Selby

Decision comes in response to tougher Client Money and Asset Return regulations introduced by the regulator in 2011.

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Mattioli Woods profits rise 14% ahead of UK Reit launch

28 January 2014 | By Tom Selby

Pre-tax profits up from £2.52m to £2.86m during 2013.


Suffolk Life launches Sipp 'bypass trust'

24 January 2014 | By Tom Selby

Suffolk Life says trust will help advisers and investors with inheritance tax planning.

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Steve Webb set to propose auto-enrol charge cap of less than 1%

18 October 2013 8:29 am | By Tom Selby

Pensions minister said the Government will publish a consultation on the best way to ensure people are not auto-enrolled into higher charging schemes.

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NAPF hints at annuity broker launch

17 October 2013 4:59 pm | By Tom Selby

Chief executive Joanne Segars has hinted the trade body could move into the annuity broking market


B&CE calls for auto-enrol charging standardisation

17 October 2013 4:21 pm | By Tom Selby

The pensions industry has come under growing pressure from politicians and industry commentators.

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Govt announces retrospective auto-enrol adviser commission ban

27 March 2014 12:24 pm | By Tom Selby

Government is also capping charges on auto-enrolment default funds at 0.75 per cent from April 2015.


Govt to cap pension charges at 0.75% from April 2015

27 March 2014 11:59 am | By Tom Selby

Pensions minister Steve Webb confirms auto-enrolment charge cap will be in place before the general election.

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Govt to confirm pension charge cap plans today

27 March 2014 8:39 am | By Tom Selby

Pensions minister Steve Webb will make a statement in the House of Commons later today detailing minimum quality standards for auto-enrolment.

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Phil Carroll: Using the new pension income rules in practice

24 April 2014

The Budget has allowed much greater flexibility for taking income in retirement and this will affect both how savings are accumulated and the advice on how take the income.

The Technical Quiz

24 April 2014

To help you to keep up with the fundamentals of tax, retirement and financial planning, try answering these questions.

The Technical Quiz: 17 April

17 April 2014

To help you to keep up with the fundamentals of tax, retirement and financial planning, try answering these questions.


Lucian Camp: The toxic elements that led to the downfall of annuities

10 April 2014

The Chancellor’s Budget speech has been greeted as a nail in the coffin of unpopular and poor value annuities but there is no ready replacement for the one product that can manage the complicated issue of longevity risk.

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