The two-year rule on the payment of death benefits is being relaxed so a pension scheme will have two years from when it could reasonably have known when the member died rather than just two years from the date of death.
Commission Round Table report by Sam Shaw
Lenders are being accused of stretching affordability too far but do low interest rates mean that borrowing at high income multiples is a less dangerous scenario than in the past? By Annie Shaw
BM Solutions invites us to ‘say goodbye to bad service’. This is a bold bid by BM and one that could set it up for a fall but it is a sign of the confidence it has in its new mortgage plus product.
Halifax is calling on the Government to raise the inheritance tax threshold to 430,000 and to make a commitment to link the threshold to house price inflation in the future.
By Ross Jackson, senior marketing manager There are many different protection online services available in the market and no doubt you’ll have used a few when submitting protection business. But why should you have to put up with slow, unresponsive sites for your business when you’re used to dealing with slick, modern user experiences in your […]
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The Financial Ombudsman Service has appointed Money and Mental Health Policy Institute vice chair Richard Lloyd to lead an independent review into its complaints handling process. The former Which? executive director has been charged with producing a report into FOS’ practices after a Channel 4 documentary earlier this year suggested a number of failures at […]
Aberdeen Standard Investments has voted against multi-million pound payouts for senior executives at housebuilder Persimmon. Persimmon held its annual general meeting today. There was a huge outcry at the end last year when it emerged the chief executive, chief financial officer and managing director of Persimmon were in line for huge pay packets as a […]
Consideration of non-pensions related tax-advantaged investment is becoming more necessary This week I want to take a look at where things stand in relation to pensions and planning using tax-advantaged investments following the Spring Statement. With the increasing impact of the lifetime and annual allowances, consideration of non-pensions-related tax-advantaged investments is becoming ever more necessary […]