Sir Malcolm Rifkind has walked out on his role as shadow Work and Pensions Secretary after not being offered the Foreign Affairs brief in the shadow Cabinet reshuffle.The job of Foreign Affairs spokesman has gone to former Tory leader William Hague with George Osborne remaining in his role as shadow Chancellor.Rifkind took on the Work […]
The Chancellor’s shock decision to kill off residential property investments in Sipps will dampen the buy-to-let market for the next three years, warns the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. RICS was expecting 160,000 Sipp-related property pur- chases in the three years from April 2006 while the Council of Mortgage Lenders had predicted that one in […]
There are plenty of office parties and Christmas events going on at this time of year. But have no fear – you can still stay healthy while going out and enjoying yourself, with a little bit of planning!
Along with all the other firms that provide advice on defined benefit transfers, we received our questionnaire from the FCA about the quantity and nature of cases we have handled since 2015. By the time you read this, the deadline for its return will have passed and those under scrutiny will have breathed a collective […]