The Liberal Democrats have promised to embark on a review of plans to introduce a single rate of pensions tax relief. The policy, unveiled today in the Lib Dem manifesto, commits the party to an investigation of plans long demanded by pensions minister Steve Webb. The manifesto says: “We will establish a review to consider […]
The Conservatives are evaluating a move to counter a Labour pledge of scrapping non-dom status by ending the ability to inherit the status. The Times reports that Chancellor George Osborne is considering blocking non-domiciled individuals passing down the ability to avoid paying tax on overseas earnings. The report comes just a day after Labour announced […]
Adviser and investment management group Attivo has made the first three appointments in a recruitment drive it expects to lead to 50 new members of staff by the end of the year. James Cobb is now group technical manager after joining from Hargreaves Lansdown where he did the same role. Teresa Crew will lead the […]
The chief executive of Aviva’s UK and Ireland Life business David Barral is to leave at the end of May after 16 years with the firm. Barral’s departure follows shareholder-approved Aviva’s takeover deal of Friends Life. Friends Life chief executive Andy Briggs will become chief executive of the enlarged UK and Ireland life business, subject […]
This guide from Johnson Fleming, entitled ‘Choosing an auto-enrolment provider’, will take you through some key questions you need to ask and what information you want to be finding out in response to these.
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