Accountancy trade body ACCA has joined RICS in calling for Chancellor Osborne to reform stamp duty rules.
Danny Alexander says the SNP “should stop complaining” about the UK government’s decision on the currency union and ”deal without the consequences” instead.
Labour Party labels the decision to award pay rises to executives as ‘disappointing’, following one of the worst years in the group’s history.
The BCC has upgraded its GDP forecast for 2014 from 2.7 per cent to 2.8 per cent.
Labour and the Liberal Democrats could end up in coalition after the next general election.
“Saving more tomorrow” is a great concept but doing it now is even better.
The most important thing is ensuring as many consumers as possible get the financial advice they need
Ukip’s growing status in British politics merits close inspection by financial services.
FCA director Nick Poyntz-Wright will be joining us this Thursday afternoon.
I do worry consumers that do not have a financial adviser will never understand the issues.
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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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.
Brokers believe now is still the time to fix despite Bank assurances on base rate.
The Conservatives are lacking a coherent pensions policy due to the dynamics of coalition Government.
Mortgage advisers agree on the need for a progressive stamp duty levy but remain divided over how best to reform the system overall.