For many smaller companies, getting paid on time is a matter of life and death. David Prosser explains what can be done to keep the money coming in.
Articles written by David Prosser
When it comes to saving for retirement, you can never start too early, says David Prosser.
Trustees are the front line of defence for defined-benefit (DB) pensions-scheme beneficiaries. But can you trust them, asks David Prosser.
With couples who get split often ending up worse off in retirement, pensions have become an increasingly important element of divorce settlements, especially for older couples who may have less time to build up new savings.
Much-needed business-rates relief still isn’t getting through to small- and medium-sized enterprises, says David Prosser.
Millions of Britons born between 1970 and 1978 will have to wait up to a year longer than expected to claim their state pension benefits.
With the number of contactless card transactions doubling last year, The UK is moving towards a cashless society. But that would make many small businesses much worse off.
A Supreme Court victory for a retired businessman who argued that the UK’s pensions legislation discriminated against same-sex couples paves the way for thousands of gay couples to claim improved retirement benefits.
Almost a third of savers using income-drawdown plans to access their pension take no financial advice before doing so, according to the Financial Conduct Authority.
Thousands of pension savers will avoid having to pay for mandatory financial advice following a government initiative aimed at those on small pots of retirement cash.