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The Pension Regulators have launched the first ever auto-enrolment prosecution. In a landmark case, the first of its kind, the Pensions Regulator is launching a prosecution against Stott Tours from Oldham. Allegedly the bus company deliberately avoided enrolling staff into a workplace pension and s...
Company perks offer tangible recognition of your employees' efforts. Showing employees just how much you value them can only positively help to shape the culture of your company. But why else are they so valuable to the employer? Staff turnover can be costly. Not only do you lose personnel who are ...
The first interest rate rise in almost a decade could happen as soon as November 2017, the Bank of England has hinted. Gertjan Vlieghe, a member of the Bank of England's committee that sets the interest rate, argued for an increase in the current rate "as early as in the coming months" ...
When buying a property and determining it's value you might take into account the local schools, the amenities in the area or the commute to work. Something you may not immediately include could be just as crucial to the value of a property - a local pub. In this article we’ll take a look to ...
Once a company has paid taxes, bills, wagesand other expenses, what’s left is profit – but it can take time for a new firm to reach this point, and directors may need to convert their hard work into fiscal reward sooner. Here are 5 tax-efficient tactics for business owners to extract pr...
It’s where most people file their pension statements! You know, they drop through the door in their A4 envelope, you half open it, see the insurance logo, roll your eyeballs back, file it behind the toaster convincing yourself you’ll look at it another day. Yeah, yeah! Strangely, as you...
Thousands of families can get back some or all of the child benefits they have lost. Since 2013, those earning over £50,000 start to lose child benefit and those earning over £60,000 lose all of it. Some 300,000 families are caught up in this but many could get their benefit back. For ...
Listening to Radio 2 the other morning - you know Chris Evans, that highly paid Radio 2 chap - and Len Goodman from Strictly was being interviewed. It went a little like this: “I thought you’d retired, Len?” Len responded, “Retired! Why would I retire? You never get a day o...
All Sorted, Thanks.

28 June 2017

That’s the response these days when we talk about auto enrolment. Cast your mind back to October 2012 when it all started, yes 2012, when leaders of companies rolled their eyeballs back looking at another expense they could do without and looking at their auto enrolment staging date with disd...
Lifetime ISA Launch

31 March 2017

With just a couple of days until the launch of the Lifetime ISA, we thought it was worthwhile highlighting some of the benefits and drawbacks of the government’s latest offering. In a nutshell, anyone between 18 and 40 can open a Lifetime ISA (or LISA), and save up to £4,000 a year (unt...
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