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Heiress convicted of HSBC tax fraud

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Providers mandate advice on internal pension transfers

Providers are demanding customers take advice before transferring from old to modern schemes to access the new pension freedoms. Advisers are already being used by the Government as a defence against people making poor retirement decisions. The Government has said people must take advice before transferring out of defined benefit schemes. An FCA consultation published […]

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Industry calls for clarity on IMF asset manager stress tests

More clarity is needed on why asset managers should be subjected to bank-like stress tests as the industry is at risk of overregulation, say industry experts. The International Monetary Fund is the latest organisation to call for asset managers to be subject to stress tests, in a similar way to banks, in a bid to […]

Tapering of annual allowance – adjusted and threshold income

The definitions of adjusted income and threshold income used to determine whether, and to what extent, someone’s annual allowance will be reduced can be confusing.  Here we try to make sense of it all. The annual allowance will be reduced for high income individuals from 6 April 2016.  Our previous article Tapering of annual allowance […]

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