Pension tax for high earners – what alternatives are available?
Over the last few weeks, the issue of NHS staff and their pensions has made national headlines. A survey by the British Medical Association found that 42% of GPs have already reduced their hours because of potential pension taxation.Read more
What Happens to a Pension in a Divorce?
As financial planners, we explore what the financial impacts of divorce are on a financial plan and provide assistance in more complicated areas such as pensions. This article provides an overview of the different ways pension rights can be divided on divorce and some of the implications to the member and ex-spouse.Read more
The Pros and Cons of Commercial Property Ownership Through a SIPP
Specialist pension funds call a SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension) or a SSAS (Small Self Administered Scheme) allow access to a wider choice of investments than conventional personal pensions. This includes direct investment in commercial property which means an individual’s pension fund can directly own (or part-own) a commercial property.Read more