Ukip has been accused of “mollycoddling” retirees after proposing to offer a guarantee of free financial advice to protect savers following the introduction of pension freedoms. Nigel Farage’s party unveiled the plans last week as part of their manifesto launch. One idea being considered would see retirees given a “voucher” to spend on advice. The […]
Labour leader Ed Miliband is seeking to return tax avoidance and non-dom rules to the spotlight just days before the election. Speaking today in Pendle, Lancashire, Miliband will claim that “there is no bigger symbol” of the failures of the coalition Government than tax avoidance, and renew his pledge to ban non-dom status for those […]
Apart from the election (yawn), the last few weeks have been dominated by much talk around technology and its application in today’s world. As I sat and watched an inspiring Dimbleby lecture from the wonderful Martha Lane Fox, setting out her view of Britain’s digital future and rightly promoting the role of women in technology, […]
Sitting in a chartered and certified IFA business I am bombarded with online messaging. I would love to have the luxury of clicking through from a Money Marketing headline to read a whole article but a client’s email appearing over the website will always take priority. So I deal with my client’s request, keep reading […]
George Osborne announced in his July Budget speech that the UK will introduce a new National Living Wage in April 2016. So what – if anything – does this mean for employee benefits?
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