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Joshua Croft: The (un)certainty of death benefits

Joshua Croft looks at death benefit expression of wish forms and outlines why it is essential they are kept up-to-date

Elaine Turtle: Quirky scheme pension death benefit rules explained

Elaine Turtle looks at what happens when a scheme pension member dies and how to safely navigate the arrangement’s quirks

Fiona Hanrahan: Seven common pension tax year-end mistakes

Fiona Hanrahan looks at the tax year-end implications for pensions and explains how to maximise relief using carry forward

Andrew Tully: Tapered annual allowance change is ‘sticking plaster solution’

Andrew Tully explains the Chancellor's tapered annual allowance changes and asks if the solution is just papering over the cracks

Advisers formulate coronavirus portfolio rebalancing battle plan

Advisers are telling their clients to prepare for a “lean year” of investment returns and are providing guidance on how to rebalance their portfolios to best survive the coronavirus crisis.

Budget 2020: Chancellor ups tapered annual allowance by £90k

The tapered annual allowance has been 'significantly increased' by Chancellor Rishi Sunak after it left senior NHS staff with hefty pension-related tax bills due to working extra shifts.

Andrew Phipps: Why it’s time to put SSAS back on the table

Andrew Phipps believes the SSAS market has big growth potential and despite their complexity, small and micro business owners may never know when flexibility might come in handy

Fiona Tait: Why do we have pension tax relief?

Fiona Tait assesses whether the rewards of squirrelling away cash for later life are fit for purpose...

RP case studies: Gold investing through SIPPs explained

In the latest RP case study, Dentons' Stephen McPhillips outlines how to invest in investment-grade gold bullion via a SIPP

Claire Trott: Dealing with the NHS pension dilemma

Claire Trott gives her diagnosis on the tapered annual allowance problems currently causing acute tax pain to high earning NHS workers

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