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Billy Mackay: My stag do and pension exit fees

Newcastle 2001 – my stag trip was an interesting affair. The best man thought it would be funny to see how many strangers he could handcuff me to.  Not all at the same time mind you – he had some degree of decency. It was a night that also tested my alcohol capacity to the […]

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MPs challenge Govt on cost of Waspi early state pension take-up

Influential MPs predict the cost to the Government of allowing a group of women early access to the state pension would be minimal. Only a third of women eligible for support under the proposal would be likely to do so, according to Conservative MP Craig MacKinlay. The Work and Pensions committee is conducting an investigation […]

Tony Wickenden: How the Panama Papers leak will impact tax planning advice

The Panama Papers scandal represents an unprecedented leak of 11.5 million files from the database of offshore law firm Mossack Fonseca. The records were obtained from an anonymous source by the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung, which shared them with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. The ICIJ then shared them with a large network of […]

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RBS to ditch ‘toxic’ brand name

Royal Bank of Scotland is dropping the RBS brand from more than 500 branches across England, Scotland and Wales. According to The Times, more than 300 outlets in England will be rebranded as Williams & Glyn, while in Scotland, the RBS name will be dropped for the full Royal Bank of Scotland. A further 1,000 […]

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