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TUC opposes rise in state pension age

The Trades Union Congress has backed linking the state pension to earnings, compulsory employer contributions and a fairer system for women but is opposed to raising the state pension age.


IFAs not prepared for Hip introduction

Almost half of IFAs have made no provision for the introduction of Home information Packs, it is revealed today.With only a year to go until Hips become compulsory, joint research from conveyancer Easier2move and mortgage network PMP shows that almost half (45 per cent) of IFAs have made no preparation for the introduction of Hips […]

Ground works

The Freehold income trust run by Close Brothers is a UK unauthorised unit trust which owns 43,000 freehold ground rents. These rents are usually only around 100 a year, which means that bad debts are rare because the lessee could lose the property through non-payment of this rent.

NAPF backs ‘fairer system’

The National Association of Pensions Funds says it supports the plans to build a fairer system for the future that will allow everyone to build a secure retirement income.


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