Pensions – quiet time or not?

You could be forgiven for thinking that this is a relatively quiet time for legislative change in pensions. We have not had a Finance Act with long and complicated sections changing the way that pension payments to members should be taxed, the annual allowance has not been cut and the lifetime allowance is slowly creeping up. That isn’t to say there aren’t bear traps for members but things are not changing.

Seeing Eye to Eye on CDI

Cashflow driven investing (CDI) strategies have gained a lot of publicity and popularity recently, and the availability of pooled fund solutions has grown dramatically, with a diverse set of approaches around the same core idea now open to investors in a relatively simple format. However, it is not without its drawbacks, and is unlikely to be the best solution for everyone, especially in the current market.

Connecting the dots to identify Named Driver Fraud

As motor insurance costs have continued to rise, shopping around for cover is not just part for the course, it’s positively encouraged as insurance providers are now obliged to confirm last year’s premium with this year’s quote. The average motorist will normally obtain 4 or 5 quotes for their insurance.

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