Annuity rates at lowest level for at least two years.
Model portfolios are not suitable for those staying invested.
Impartial, independent professional advice is not cheap and one of the often-discussed contributory factors in this cost is that of regulation. The Financial Services Compensation Scheme interim levy bills are a good example of regulatory costs pressures. Adviser firms have little choice but to find a, hopefully, palatable way to pass this on to the […]
The remortgage market slump showed signs of ending in March as the number of loans advanced to borrowers increased year-on-year for the first time in 11 months. According to the Council of Mortgage Lenders, there were 26,600 loans to remortgage borrowers in March, up 6 per cent on March 2014’s 25,200. This was the first […]
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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