Gareth James reflects on the difference between regret and disappointment and warns drawdown investment pathways could be an experiment the FCA comes to regret...
Richard Mattison explores how advisers are helping their clients get their SSAS pension schemes in the best possible shape for life post-pandemic
Martin Jones looks at the pension ill-health rules and why independent financial advisers have an important role to play…
Following the pension freedoms, many believe that pilot trusts, also known as bypass trusts, are redundant, but that isn’t necessarily so, writes Neil Jones.
Structured products are “an accident waiting to happen” for many retirees, with the inflexible terms and conditions of the product likely to have left investors exposed to losses following this year’s sell-off, according to 7IM.
Bob Champion runs through a lockdown family scenario which he predicts might just become more common as the scenario pans out. Here, he writes, later life advisers may find themselves busier than ever as we ease restrictions.
When we reach the new normal what will the landscape for retirement income generation look like? Steve Hunter explores the possibilities
Wild moves in markets can present opportunities but investors must refrain from being led astray by cheap prices, writes Mark Northway.
Andrew Phipps delves into the latest tapered annual allowance rules and concludes planning is essential.
In-specie transfers within pension schemes and their tax implications have been under the spotlight in the recent Sippchoice Limited vs HMRC Upper Tax Tribunal case. Here, Mohassan Mehmood discusses the potential fall-out from the recent ruling...