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Auto-enrolment exemptions

Auto-enrolment exemptions Have you received a letter from The Pension Regulator (TPR) telling you to "ACT NOW" to prepare for auto-enrolment? The letter gives you just a few weeks to ... more

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Autumn Budget 2017 - Pensions tax registration

Autumn Budget 2017 - Pensions tax registration HMRC powers to refuse to register, and to de-register pension schemes are to be extended to those which are Master Trusts and don't have autho... more

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Autumn Statement Tax Summary

Autumn Statement Tax Summary   George Osborne did not have great tidings to impart when he presented his Autumn Statement to the House of Commons on 29 November 2011. The best he could... more


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Individuals

Individuals Personal allowances  Immediate changes    2014/15 2015/16 Born after 5 April... more


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New Workplace Pensions Cost

New Workplace Pensions Cost   Another set of regulations is set to fall on the shoulders of all employers. This time it's a compulsory pension scheme for all employees.  T... more

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Possible pension reform

Possible pensions reform The Chancellor indicated that there are major changes afoot in the pension tax regime. Changes to the current regime may mean that in future, pension savings operate al... more

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Q. My wife has a part time job but doesn't earn enough to pay tax. Can she get tax relief on contrib

Q. My wife has a part time job but doesn't earn enough to pay tax. Can she get tax relief on contributions made to a pension scheme?  A. Yes, even if you are not earning enough to... more

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Salary, dividend or pension contribution?

Salary, dividend or pension contribution? When you work for your own company you can decide how much salary to pay yourself, how much to pay into your pension fund, and what proportion of the r... more


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State Pension: Is the state pension lump sum taxable?

State Pension: Is the state pension lump sum taxable? The lump sum is taxed as income. In simple terms, the rate of tax that applies to the lump sum will be the highest rate that applies to you... more

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State Pension: New state pension and contracted-out NICs

State Pension: New state pension and contracted-out NICs Most people will be aware that the state retirement pension system has changed for people who reach state pension age on or after 6 Apri... more

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State Pension: Paying voluntary NICs

State Pension: Paying voluntary NICs There are various reasons as to why gaps may arise in an individual's national insurance contributions (NIC) record eg.because that person has been on l... more

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Treatment of pension scheme drawdown funds on death

Treatment of pension scheme drawdown funds on death The scope of the current inheritance tax (IHT) exemption is to be extended, so that the failure to draw down all of the designated funds befo... more