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
In the latest RP case study, Jessica List looks at a quirk in the rules governing UFPLS and enhanced protection of tax-free cash
Bernadette Lewis looks at the interaction between salary, dividends and employer pension contributions in her latest technical article for Retirement Planner
In the latest RP case study, Martin Tilley looks at the advantages SSAS can offer to business owner clients when the banks won’t play ball…
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Peter Hopkins looks at discretionary death benefits and sets out a detailed list of dos and don'ts when going through the process with clients...