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Pension fee offer from Scottish Life

Scottish Life is waiving its fee for single premiums or transfers of £10,000 and on contributions of £100 or more a month into personal pension plans until April 5.

Scottish Life product marketing manager for individual pensions John Joe McGinley says: “Considering our flexible commission options, our internal and external fund range and Royal London&#39s with profits performance, we think it is easy for IFAs to recommend Scottish Life.”

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Wake up to change

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Directors, limited liability partners and auto-enrolment

By Jim Grant, Senior Product Insight & Technical Support Analyst 6 April 2016 brought in changes to employer duties for directors and partners in limited liability partnerships. Here we explain exactly what’s changed. Before 6 April 2016… Directors of limited liability companies where there were no other directors or employees were exempt from the employer […]

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