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Autumn Budget 2017: Lifetime allowance increase confirmed

Budget papers have confirmed the lifetime allowance (LTA) for pensions will increase to £1,030,000 for the tax year 2018/19.

Autumn Budget 2017: Personal allowance raised to £11,850

Chancellor Philip Hammond has increased both the personal allowance and the higher-rate threshold in the Autumn Budget speech.

Fiona Tait: What MPs need to know about pension freedoms

There were some very good points made in the recent work and pensions committee’s evidence session which, if translated into action, could make a...

Part two: When tax advice strays from planning to avoidance and evasion

So how does one begin to establish whether there is a claim against a previous adviser? As mentioned in our first article, many of...

Part one: When tax advice strays from planning to avoidance and evasion 

Over the last couple of years, barely a week seems to have passed without another high-profile exposé that has seen countless footballers and TV...

Jason Hollands: Five areas to watch in the Budget

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond goes into tomorrow's Budget with an unenviable hand. The government has a wafer-thin majority in parliament and has been...

Helen O’Hagan: The ‘WHAT’ of Trusts – discounted gift trusts

In the third article in her series on trusts, Helen O’Hagan aims to make the trust journey simple and less complex. Previously she’s looked...

Autumn Budget predictions: What pension professionals want

Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver his next Budget on 22 November. RP has canvased pension professionals to find out what they want to hear...

Jessica List: Addressing pension tax relief Budget rumours

The Budget countdown has begun, and once again contribution tax relief is on the table. This time the rumours began following the appearance of a...

Liz Coyle: Paradise by the pension dashboard light?

Since the concept of the pensions dashboard was first raised in 2015, it has attracted a great deal of interest from the adviser community....

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Jason Hollands: Five areas to watch in the Budget

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond goes into tomorrow's Budget with an unenviable hand. The government has a wafer-thin majority in parliament and has been...