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The UK electoral cycle is alive and kicking

a month ago at 12:20  by Richard Woolnough
Yesterday’s UK Budget had one major surprise, the relaxation of rules regarding drawing down your pension. This means that from April 2015 you can draw down your pension pot in one go, to do with it ...

UK Budget

a month ago at 12:16
The numbers in the UK budget are little changed from the December Statement, as we expected. Growth has been revised up a shade, whilst the borrowing forecasts are little changed. The output gap is ...

Tomorrow’s heroes; these are the folk who will solve the AE Capacity crunch

a month ago at 12:01  by Henry Tapper
We’ve been doing some planning at Pension PlayPen towers . Most of our thinking is concentrated on this graph.

A tipping point

a month ago at 11:57  by Steve Billingham
In their 2012 report, entitled UK Wealth Management sector at a tipping point, KPMG highlighted what it called a “discernable trend amongst affluent investors towards managing portfolios ...

Sterling walks a tightrope

a month ago at 11:56  by Matt Williams
In his Budget speech today the Chancellor of the Exchequer will announce the introduction of a new £1 coin. The current one is apparently too easy a target for forgers so, to make their task more ...

The M&G Central Bank Credibility Survey – the Carney impact?

a month ago at 11:34  by Jim Leaviss
Whilst YouGov is surveying consumers around the UK, Europe and Asia for the M&G YouGov Inflation Expectations Survey, we thought it would be useful for them also ask some questions about how people ...

What should we expect from the UK budget?

a month ago at 11:31  by John Redwood
We know most of the main numbers of the Budget. These days they are given to us in the late Autumn (December) Statement, with full forecasts from the OBR. The revisions to these this March are not ...

I’m in- who’s out?

a month ago at 10:56  by Henry Tapper
I’m serving up a dish which may have gone cold in your inbox or may not have reached you at all.

RTI penalties to be deferred

a month ago at 10:49  by Cathy Corns
HMRC has recently announced a staggered start to the introduction of Real Time Information (RTI) penalties.

Vote No

a month ago at 11:15  by Matt Williams
Autolib, a subsidiary of the Bolloré group, is a car-hire firm that rents out small electric cars for short-term use. In Paris the charge is €5.5 for 30 minutes. The firm is now preparing to expand ...
 
 

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Mark is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and a member of the Association of Taxation ...

Scott Gair is an Associate Solicitors within the Property Department at the Brighton office and has ...

I have been working in Italy with the International / Expat community since 2004. I started working ...

Jennie Kreser heads up the Pension Law Unit at Silverman Sherliker advising sponsoring employers and ...