The Budget was largely business as usual in the pensions world - but there are two areas that merit special attention.
The Budget brought no pension surprises - but it still brings plenty of financial planning opportunities.
In this article, Gerry Brown and Graeme Robb, Technical Managers at Prudential, consider areas of interest from the Budget.
In this article, Matthew Stephens looks at the Chancellor's Budget more generally and also HMRC's announcement in relation to the taxation of rebates.
Following our sponsorship of Prudential RideLondon, cycling is very much on our minds at the moment. Paul Rutland takes an entertaining look at how the highs and lows of the investment world have many similarities to the Tour de France.
The government announced in Autumn Statement 2012 that as part of its deficit reduction plans it was making a further reduction in the Lifetime Allowance.
The Single-Tier State Pension consultation is explained in detail at Single-Tier State Pension. However, it is useful to look separately at the case studies provided in the consultation paper to see how different categories of individuals would be affected.
With the end of the tax year looming, Gerry Brown looks at a selection of tax planning opportunities to consider before 5 April 2013 deadline.
IHT charges on can apply to trustees at ten-yearly intervals or when assets are transferred out of the trust to beneficiaries. Read more.
The purpose of a General Anti-avoidance Rule (GAAR) is "to counteract tax advantages arising from abusive arrangements". Read more.
This consultation brings forward proposals for introducing a voluntary simplified cash basis for income tax purposes. Read more.
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