Labour will reintroduce a tax dropped by Government to fund its plans to abolish the bedroom tax.
New figures requested from the Office for National Statistics by Jelf International reveal the countries with the largest numbers of employees working for a UK-controlled parent company (known as UKFAs or UK foreign affiliates).
Your clients are under attack. At least, if they fall into the baby boomer category they are. Not physically, of course, but their perceived wealth and good fortune is a cause for increasing resentfulness among younger people. Baby boomers are widely regarded as the golden generation, with healthy pension pots, properties bought for a song, […]
Apfa has written to the major political parties to urge a rethink of what it terms an “unjustifiable” 10 per cent increase in advisers’ FCA fees. In a paper on proposed fees published in March, the FCA said A13 advisers will pay £74.9m in 2015/16, up by 10 per cent from £68m in 2014/15. The […]
Jamie Clark gives the lowdown on what happens when an employer fails to pay auto-enrolment fines. An employer has been served County Court Judgement (CCJ) for failing to pay auto-enrolment fines, according to the latest data from The Pensions Regulator (TPR). The CCJ TPR cite a case where a removal company continually ignored them despite […]
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