Skandia head of wealth planning Colin Jelley says trusts are still attracive for IHT planning despite changes.
The Treasury will raise £1.2bn less than expected from pensions tax relief cuts this year.
New Philanthropy Capital chief executive Dan Corry questions whether Government policy can increase aggregate saving.
The Treasury says the change will be brought in alongside simplification of trusts.
Aviva head of policy John Lawson says there could be a period of quiet on savings policy before the next election.
The Chancellor has been busy making difficult decisions but rest assured that we are still “all in this together”.
The dial is set – the Long Term Plan vs the Cost of Living challenge.
Informed Choice managing director Martin Bamford says the Money Advice Service has to go.
Age UK’s chief executive outlines the plans for a new commission to ensure older people are financially prepared for retirement and are not excluded from financial services.
The energy, enthusiasm and plans for engaging being displayed should be a good starting point.
Lib Dem Conference 2013
The party met in Glasgow for their annual conference to flesh out manifesto ideas.
Labour Conference 2013
The Institute of Fiscal Studies predicts changes to pensioner taxation in the next 15 years.
Conservative Party Conference 2013
MPs want firms to argue the case about which decisions governing financial services should be made in the UK.
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Government is meeting lenders next month in a bid to boost long-term tenancies.
As the era of low interest rates comes to end, politicians will have to deal with the fallout from higher mortgage costs.
The Government is looking into a number of tax changes that could hit savers.
Increases to capital requirements could see banks pull back from high LTV lending.