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It may feel as if people have been talking about the residence nil-rate band for some years but, in reality, it only started phasing...

Clients who took an uncrystallised funds pension lump sum payment could be owed thousands of pounds on overpaid tax, as Tom Selby explains. If your...

In the first of a new series that looks to take some of the mystery out of the world of trusts , Helen O’Hagan considers the...

In a recent Retirement Planner article, I considered sustainable withdrawal rates and the staggering lack of useful data on consumer behaviour following the introduction...

Sponsored content On the second anniversary of the pensions freedoms reforms, retirement savers say they are confused by the rules and want no more changes,...

The annual allowance is a complex part of pensions advice but, explains Clare Moffat, a client’s  pension savings statement (PSS) can be the key...

On 6 April, the inheritance tax (IHT) residence nil-rate band (RNRB) will come into force, writes Gareth Hughes. Available in addition to the existing nil-rate...

Sponsored content: Clare Moffat considers the impact of inheritance tax on pension death benefits and the potential impact of the Staveley case The rise in defined...

Perhaps the biggest challenge posed by pension freedom is ensuring clients spend and invest their savings in a sustainable way, writes Tom Selby. But with...

Gareth Hughes looks at the tax implications of company held investments. Many companies hold cash in deposit accounts and interest rates for corporate investors are...

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Clients who took an uncrystallised funds pension lump sum payment could be owed thousands of pounds on overpaid tax, as Tom Selby explains. If your...