Kim Jarvis looks at personal injury trusts and explains what advisers need to know to help people deal with large sums after sometimes tragic events...
With the country’s people and economy already feeling the pain of the Covid-19 pandemic, Neil MacGillivray warns of further distress when the final bill is calculated...
The RP case studies series returns with an article from Curtis Banks' Jessical List, looking at the nuances of pension sharing orders after the end of a civil partnership.
With the current pandemic and broader economic lockdown, many clients are understandably concerned about how secure their money is. Martin Jones looks at investment platforms and what protections are in place should the worst come to the worst.
Rachel Vahey explores recent changes to the LISA withdrawal charge structure due to Covid-19 and urges policymakers to make it a permanent alteration for the benefit of savers.
SimplyBiz Group head of pensions technical Keely Paddon summarises the key points on furloughed staff pension contributions and sets out responses to a few FAQs
Talbot and Muir is providing a series of CPD accredited webinars that can be tailored to the specific needs of advisers and delivered by the firm’s business development consultants.
Despite rule changes, there are still a number of reasons naming a trust a trust as a beneficiary can lead to good outcomes. Jessica List explains all
Canada Life’s Kim Jarvis looks at chargeable events and deficiency relief in this technical article for Retirement Planner.
Jessica List looks at benefit crystallisation events in this engaging Q&A.