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MP recommendations to encourage greater saving, including an overhaul of pension tax relief, have been backed by advisers and pension providers. The report suggests the government should consider scrapping the pensions lifetime allowance and replacing it with a lower annual allowance. It says government should give “serious consideration” not just to a flat rate of […]
The annual accounts of the Pensions Regulator and The Pensions Ombudsman have revealed salary levels for top staff. Outgoing TPR chief executive Lesley Titcomb’s salary was between £220,000 and £225,000 for 2017/18, with a bonus payment of between £15,000 and £20,000 on top of that. Both amounts were unchanged from 2016/17, and the chief executive’s […]
Suitability, know your client and financial crime checks are inextricably linked regardless of the channel of delivery
Read our recently produced Axis e-zine. The e-zine introduces the RL Global Equity Select Fund, highlighting the fund’s distinctive investment process and including thoughts from financial advisers. Read the e-zine here Past performance is no guide to the future. The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down […]
A survey conducted by Johnson Fleming at the Pension & Benefits Show 2014 highlighted the key challenges faced within organisations post auto-enrolment. The results showed that communicating the changes and the value of them to staff, and receiving timely data from the payroll provider proved to still be the most challenging aspects of managing an auto-enrolment scheme.
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