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Adviser KnowHow: How to crack auto-enrolment advice
Adam Yates, managing director of Manse Corporate, gives his top tips on setting up an auto-enrolment advice business and highlights some of the mistakes which are important to avoid.
Dear George: 10 wishes for the Autumn Statement
With the Autumn Statement set to be delivered on 5 December, we ask 10 top tax and pensions experts what they would like to be announced by chancellor George Osborne. Click through to find out..
Capita to close loss-making pension admin arm
Capita has announced it will close its loss-making pension administration arm after a review of the business.
B&CE backs charge cap but bemoans poor reforms
B&CE Benefits Schemes chief executive Patrick Heath-Lay says only with consistency of charging will competitive low-cost workplace pensions become a reality.
Adviser KnowHow: Unpicking the personal pensions puzzle
Francis Klonowski of Klonowski & Co, Alistair Mann of Clocktower and LS Wealth Management's Leigh Tarleton share their top tips on advising on personal pensions.
Smith boosts firm’s qualifications range with chartered status
Coventry-based adviser Adrian Smith has achieved chartered status to add to his firm’s corporate chartered and accredited financial planning qualifications.
Pru scores legal victory against HMRC over with-profits dividends
Thousands of Prudential with-profits investors could be in line to receive a share of around £150 million after a High Court judge ruled that HM Revenue & Customs had unfairly taxed ‘several thousand dividends’ between 1990 and 2007.
Epoch strengthens team with pension and investment specialist
Bath-based Epoch Wealth Management has boosted its adviser team to six with the hire of pension and investment specialist Andrew Scourfield.
Royal London's Loney casts aside history with lone brand move
Phil Loney, chief executive of Royal London, has pledged his commitment to the IFA market, saying the mutual is not eyeing orphan clients and is scrapping brands due to cost.
HSBC sets aside £93m to review investment advice
HSBC has set aside £93 million to review investment advice given to 200,000 customers between August 2008 and October 2012 following a mystery shopping exercise by the Financial Conduct Authority.