News by: William Robins
West Midlands-based adviser Ian Smith has sold his Sipp business to Glasgow-based provider @Sipp.
Private residence relief has been made less generous through a reduction in the time period it applies to.
The government has decided against hitting loans used to buy annuities with a tax on interest.
The government has confirmed plans to overhaul inheritance tax (IHT) by applying just one nil-rate band to multiple trusts held by an individual.
The government has decided not to change the way drawdown rates are set following a review by the Government Actuary's Department.
The government will allow people to make additional National Insurance Contributions to top up their state pension ahead of the introduction of the flat-rate state pension.
The basic state pension has escaped an overall cap on welfare spending announced by chancellor George Osborne.
Janice Ranaboldo's favourite piece of software is cloud-based client management system that was built in-house.