HMRC commissioners have dismissed an appeal from a former British Airways employee concerning a judgement on his pension, as they ruled he had made himself an "unauthorised payment".
The appeal concerned a loan of £75,000 and whether or not it was an unauthorised payment to a self-invested personal pension (SIPP). The investor lost the appeal, resulting in a £30,000 tax bill. The...
Following FCA letter
Dear CEO letter sent today
Bought BHS for £1
And other investors
Consultation closes on 30 October
Criticism of FCA register post SMCR
For the first time in a quite a while we have a certain degree of political certainty, writes Jack Rose. And, with that clarity, perhaps a clearer picture of the road ahead…
Added to Asia and luxury spending holdings in UK and global equity funds
It's The Pro Adviser Podcast
While tax planning is relatively easy where investments are held in an individual’s own name, on Valentine's Day Neil MacGillivray says great care is needed when it comes to jointly held investments between spouses...