Neil MacGillivray unpicks the lessons of a case that shows not all payments of lump sum death benefits to a charity necessarily qualify as 'charity lump sum death benefits'
I had an enquiry lately where the member of a self-invested personal pension died in his late 70s. He had a substantial pension fund but had left no nomination and had no family. In his will he left his...
Covid-19 crisis acts as catalyst
£3.4bn released last year
Potential IHT liability
September is World Alzheimer’s Month
Standard Life Aberdeen's financial advice business 1825 has made changes to its leadership team that will see joint-leaders take charge of its financial planning and advice teams.
Entered administration in February
Occupational pensions schemes will be required to direct savers to take guidance on pension withdrawals under new provisions to boost engagement.
40% increase year-on-year