Not before time, the government has appointed its first small-business commissioner. The priority now is to ensure he works on the right issues.
Articles written by David Prosser
Sales of annuities have fallen to their lowest level since the pensions freedom reforms of 2015 kicked in. But they may be about to stage a comeback.
Members of final-salary pension schemes shouldn’t take them for granted. Many members of such schemes don’t receive the benefits they’ve been promised.
Entrepreneurs must be ready to change their minds about what works and what doesn’t, and change their business model accordingly.
Have pensions freedom reforms so far been good or bad for savers? David Prosser reports.
Savers could be missing out on investment growth that would boost their retirement income, says David Prosser.
Many of HSBC’s small-business customers haven’t been able to access their accounts for months. David Prosser asks what lessons can be learnt.
Some five million deferred members of company pension schemes are missing out on valuable opportunities to make the most of their savings because of poor communications from their former employers.
Good news and bad for pension savers. The size of the average pension fund in the UK has risen considerably, but many people will be disappointed by the income that their pot can secure.
Just 23% of SMEs have worked for the public sector over the past 12 months. But the government has set a target of awarding a third of all procurement spending to SMEs by 2020.