As debate rages around how various UK business sectors might react in a post-Brexit world, Andrew Aldridge explains why - throughout the country - the technology sector stands out as an obvious area of expertise
Though not exactly a secret, writes Lee Halpin, evidence suggests there is much to be done to raise awareness of using pension savings for business-funding purposes - and much to be gained by clients and advisers as a result
In the latest RP case study, Jessica List explores how clients can retain greater control over death benefits by utilising trusts instead of pension arrangements...
Martin Tilley outlines a potential solution to avoiding the delay in HMRC registering a new SSAS...
Bernadette Lewis casts her technical eye over drawdown and mental capacity. Here, she outlines what could happen should clients suffer from conditions such as dementia in older age
Finding reliable sources of income is no easy task for those planning their retirement, but investing in commercial property with long leases could provide a potential answer, writes Nigel Ashfield
Kate Johnson explores the HMRC's Requirement to Correct regime. With time running out before implementation, it is becoming increasingly important to make sure clients are aware of their obligations, she writes
Charlene Young lists three examples where tax rules on compensation payments are being applied inconsistently - which results in investors who have already suffered a loss being further penalised...
As the Treasury Committee pushes for its extermination Laura Suter makes the case for retaining the Lifetime ISA, explaining the misunderstood product is a good fit for several groups of savers
With rumours of flat-rate tax relief circulating once again, Neil MacGillivray suggests advisers might want to bring up the subject with clients who are in a position to make further contributions ahead of the Budget