National advice firm LEBC has called on the government to extend the pensions advice allowance to the self-employed. If extended, the self-employed could claim up to £500 in three separate tax years to fund their pensions advice. This amount is currently only accessible to company employees, leaving the self-employed to pay for their own financial advice. LEBC has […]
With Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) coming into force earlier this year, Gail Counihan, ESG Analyst and Zilla Chan, Senior Credit Analyst provide an update on what this means for landlords and how, for responsible landlords, energy efficiency will remain very much ‘business as usual’. Read the article here Past performance is no guide to […]
St James’s Place is positive about the growth of its 250-strong academy despite reporting a loss in its advice arm for 2017 earlier this month. The restricted advice giant posted a loss of £35.4m for 2017, an increase on the £24.8m loss in 2016. A breakdown of SJP trainees provided to Money Marketing by the […]
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