Standard Life has held regular with-profits bonus rates at 2009 levels despite last year’s stockmarket rally but cut most of its market value reductions.
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By Simon Halifax, senior marketing consultant For a few years now, mortgage advisers have probably been warning their clients that there’s only one direction that the interest rate is going and that’s up (well, I know mine has!). However, the financial landscape changed when the UK voted to leave the European Union last month and […]
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Standard Life Aberdeen’s investment arm has seen outflows continue, latest results show, but the newly merged investment giant has benefited from an uplift from its pensions and platforms businesses. For the nine months to September, Aberdeen Standard Investments assets under management dropped from £580.6bn to £569.7bn, with company noting that market conditions “remain challenging.” This was offset by […]
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Scotland has introduced a new set of income tax bands, but pensions experts warn that the changes could cause issues with pension tax relief calculations. In the Scottish Budget today, the Government announced a new starter rate of 19p and then a 21p rate for those earning over £24,000. The higher rate of tax is […]