James Jones-Tinsley, reviews the state of the UK Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) Marketplace and explains five of the hottest issues in 2017 that we, as a leading SIPP provider, have witnessed over the last twelve months..
Analysis and commentary on deficit reduction contributions (DRCs) versus dividends for FTSE350 companies with a DB pension scheme
Our latest blog by Malcolm McLean explores the pros and cons of pension freedoms. Is consumer protection as good as it can be?
Have you set your new year resolutions? Lisa White explains why ''The Power of One'' will be hers.
We recognise that legal fees are one of the major expenses associated with commercial property transactions. Robert Hunschok looks at the benefits of using a solicitor from Barnett Waddingham's SIPP panel.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) appears to have given up the fight in relation to VAT on defined benefit (DB) pension costs and as predicted, we may now never see a certain Europe-wide VAT ruling applied to pension schemes in the UK. Tyron Potts explores.
The House of Commons Treasury Committee published its report on “The Solvency II Directive and its impact on the UK Insurance Industry” on 25 October 2017. Our latest blog looks at the Committees 'shopping list' of topics that it wants the PRA to explore.
In this blog, we highlight some of the practical issues that companies have faced so far in generating compliant KIDs across both Category 2 and Category 4 products. To say “it hasn’t been easy” is an understatement!
On 22 November, Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered the Autumn Budget for 2017. Malcolm McLean, Senior Consultant at Barnett Waddingham, explores what this means for pensions.
On Friday 17 November, Universities UK (UUK) said that they want all staff in the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) to earn only defined contribution (DC) benefits going forward. Paul Hamilton shares his expertise on the matter.