George Osborne says his proposed tax break for high value homes is about “values”, it is no such thing. This policy is about votes.
What is going on with the conservatives on tax? 1,010 more words
News reaches me from up north of an abrasive public meeting in which a major payroll disputed the value of financial advice in staging auto-enrolment. I need not name names, sadly it comes as no surprise to hear a payroll software providers feel it can go it alone, nor financial advisers feel they are being cut out of the action. 785 more words
You know that feeling when you get to the back of a motorway queue and you see traffic extending into the distance.? If you’re lucky you can see the problem ahead from the blue police lights and as you edge towards the problem, you and your adjacent drivers jockey to get into the one open lane , pass the incident and get back on your way. 888 more words
On 4th February 2015, Minister for Pensions, Steve Webb, set out how from April 2015 people automatically enrolled into a workplace pension will see their charges capped at 0.75%, unless they have chosen a more expensive option. 343 more words
It’s no easy thing starting a master trust from scratch. Though NOW Pensions, had the experience of running a state backed pension in Denmark (through parent APT), coming to Britain and achieving top three status as an auto-enrolment provider in just five years is a huge achievement. 1,225 more words