It was announced in last year’s Autumn Budget that, from April 2019, tax will be charged on gains made by non-UK residents on the disposal of all types of UK immovable property. At the time of the announcement, HM Revenue & Customs also produced a technical note setting out the scope of the new charge […]
A longstanding grievance over the upkeep of the FCA’s register has been dismissed after 10 years of complaints. In his final report into a series of complaints over the accuracy of data held and how the FCA has responded to errors, Complaints Commissioner Anthony Townsend has ruled that the FCA has taken suitable steps to […]
Graeme Mitchell may not have planned his entrance into financial services but the same cannot be said of his eventual exit from the industry. The 64-year-old managing director of Scottish advice firm Lowland Financial started to think seriously about his succession plans and exit strategy a few years ago. The question of what he was […]
By Fiona Hanrahan – Senior Product Insight and Technical Support Analyst, Royal London We’re often asked about death benefits and thought we’d share our top five most frequently asked questions. 1. Who pays the lifetime allowance charge when an individual dies? If the individual dies with uncrystallised benefits, these are tested against their remaining lifetime allowance. […]
Jelf’s Annual Health & Wellbeing event is here again, and once more we will be providing practical help to employers seeking to manage their employee healthcare commitments.
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