An error by the Bank of England overstated the amount of government bonds it sold by £13.4bn. A notice of error was posted on the bank’s website explaining that a clerical error led to it stating that £28.2bn of British government bonds had been bought by foreign buyers in February when the actual figure was […]
In preparation for a summer holiday visit to a remote house in Europe I started to research the cost of car hire. I decided I needed to add in a GPS system, only to see the cost for my rental go up faster than a FSCS levy. So I decided to buy a GPS unit […]
New research has proven the positive impact that protection, health and wellbeing (PH&W) benefits have upon a business.
Tisa has established an industry-wide group focused on technology innovation in financial services and how it can be used to change consumer behaviour. The group will work closely with Tisa’s other policy councils to determine where technology can be most effective in increasing the level of savings in the UK. The technology innovation council will […]
It’s widely known that chargeable event gains arising on life assurance policies, capital redemption policies and purchased life annuities are subject to income tax. Most advisers will also understand the chargeable gain calculation where a client only surrenders one investment bond in a tax year. However, what if clients need to surrender more than one […]
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