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MPC voted unanimously to maintain base rate

23 April 2014 11:53 am | By Devraj Ray

Minutes from the committee’s April meeting show all members voted to maintain base rate and quantitative easing.

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Vince Cable warns FTSE firms over 'ridiculous' pay awards

23 April 2014 8:40 am | By Gary Jackson

Business secretary Vince Cable has written to the chairmen of FTSE 100 companies’ remuneration committees to issue a warning that the Government will intervene unless they do more to curb executives’ soaring pay increases.

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Insurers refuse to confirm charges stance on AMD ban

17 April 2014 1:00 pm | By Tom Selby

Only Friends Life has confirmed it will reduce all member charges to active rate ahead of active member discount ban.

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L&G to pilot pensions guidance with LEBC and TPAS

17 April 2014 9:30 am | By Tom Selby

Results of guidance pilot will feed into the FCA’s consultation on retirement guidance.

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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”.

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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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Alan Lakey: The fatal flaws of pandering to consumers

17 April 2014

Regulators and politicians trying to play to consumer interests just end up making access to financial services worse

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How state pension top-ups compare with buying an annuity

11 April 2014

New Class 3A National Insurance contributions appear to be odds with Government’s annuities claims.

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Should pension providers stop talking to their customers?

11 April 2014 | By Tom Selby

It would be unreasonable and counter-productive to prevent pension companies from speaking to savers.

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Are George Osborne's guidance plans unravelling?

10 April 2014 | By Paul McMillan

The service won’t be free, may not be impartial, probably won’t be face-to-face and definitely won’t be advice.

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Budget 2014

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Providers face huge financial hit from pensions guidance

31 March 2014 10:40 am | By Tessa Norman

Providers may be forced to run group sessions to keep costs down, say experts. 

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Lib Dem Conference 2013

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Lib Dem conference: What did it all mean for advisers?

18 September 2013 2:51 pm | By Samuel Dale

The party met in Glasgow for their annual conference to flesh out manifesto ideas.

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Labour Conference 2013

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IFS: Millions more to drift into 40p income tax band by 2030

25 September 2013 10:19 am | By Samuel Dale

The Institute of Fiscal Studies predicts changes to pensioner taxation in the next 15 years.

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Conservative Party Conference 2013

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Senior Tories ask which Euro powers should return to UK

2 October 2013 12:01 pm | By Samuel Dale

MPs want firms to argue the case about which decisions governing financial services should be made in the UK.

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Analysis

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Which way out on Help to Buy 2?

17 April 2014 | By Devraj Ray

Treasury says it has “mechanisms” in place to smooth the ending of the mortgage guarantee scheme, but doesn’t know what these are

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Ned Cazalet: ‘We are on the threshold of a torrent of product development’

27 March 2014

Cazalet Consulting chief executive Ned Cazalet examines how the financial services landscape has been changed in the wake of the Budget.

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The stamp duty reform that got away

27 March 2014 | By Devraj Ray

Did Osborne miss a trick on failing to bring in a new stamp duty tax band at 2 per cent?

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Care funding needs financial advice

20 February 2014

The Care Bill is reaching its final stages but the Government is still resisting making it mandatory for self-funders to be referred to professional financial advisers to review their options.

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