FCA may introduce tougher scrutiny of retirement income sector
The FCA is mulling proposals to introduce two new regulatory returns to collect more data…
CEO to get ban over 'unsuitable' Sipp-related advice
An adviser is set to be banned and fined over 'unsuitable' advice related to switching…
Extra FSCS levy looms due to growing claims linked to Sipps
Advisers have been warned they face an extra FSCS levy next year as a result…
Huge jump to 1.5m in people seeking state pension forecasts
In the six months after the launch of the new State Pension in April more…
John Moret: MPAA and the threat to pension tax relief
Showing my age, one of my all time favourite Motown songs is: “The world is…
Mike Morrison: When will we realise what we've done?
‘Another one bites the dust!’ A tenuous way to start an article I know, but…
Jones-Tinsley: What’s the Revenue got against in specie?
During the summer, HMRC unexpectedly began challenging Sipp providers on whether net pension contributions can…
Claire Trott: Retrospective changes could destroy pensions
Twice a year, every year for the last ten years, I have had the discussion…
Mike Morrison: Will Hammond start afresh?
If you are quiet you will hear the whoosh of kites being flown! It is…
Showing my age, one of my all time favourite Motown songs is: “The world is like a great big onion” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell. I am reminded of this classic at every budget or autumn statement because our pensions world has been growing like an onion – with layer upon layer of complexity added almost every time the Chancellor gets to his feet.