Housing minister James Brokenshire has suggested you should be able to raid your pension savings to fund the purchase of your first home. You shouldn’t.
Articles written by David Prosser
Your company’s final-salary pension scheme could be sold to an insurer. And while the merits of such a deal may not be clear cut, they can have their advantages.
Approximately 360,000 people have been given incorrect forecasts of their state pension benefits, the government has confirmed.
Small businesses can benefit from the enterprise investment scheme (EIS), but they must tread carefully.
Small and medium-sized enterprises are tempting targets for cybercriminals. David Prosser explains how to keep your business safe.
Many people may be missing out on future state pension benefits because they’re unaware of grandparents allowances that reward them for caring for young children.
Small businesses’ access to valuable tax relief when investing in research and development (R&D) could be curtailed by attempts to crack down on fraud in the system.
Almost a million savers could face punitive tax charges on their pension contributions because they have unwittingly triggered a substantial reduction in their annual contributions allowance.
Almost two-thirds of self-employed people currently have no pension savings, while more than a quarter aren’t making any savings at all
Angel investors can be a big help to small businesses, says David Prosser. But there are downsides.