Many retirees are in for a rude shock when it comes to qualifying for the new state pension headline rate, says David Prosser.
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Defined-benefit pension schemes won’t have to be paying out for quite as long as previously thought. David Prosser explains.
Even companies the size of Facebook have fallen for CEO fraud, says David Prosser. Make sure your business doesn’t get caught out.
Government reforms that will limit the ability of many savers to take full advantage of the pensions freedom regime have been shelved because of the general election.
Small businesses tempted to use unlicensed software could find themselves receiving a substantial bill for damages, says David Prosser.
The upcoming general election may spell the end for generous tax relief on contributions to private pension plans.
Firms may be using the insolvency system to renege on the pension promises they’ve made to members of defined-benefit pension schemes.
From 1 April, reforms to the flat-rate VAT scheme will cost businesses ranging from accountants to hairdressers almost £200m a year.
It’s important to use pension allowances before you lose them, says David Prosser.
Philip Hammond’s 2017 budget is another reminder that assuming that the tax system won’t change is always a dangerous foundation for financial planning.