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Auto-enrolment is yesterday’s news – now its Re-enrolment that you need to worry about

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  Employers in the UK started to automatically enrol their employees into workplace pensions in 2012 when they reached their staging dates, however, the employers affected at that time were mostly blue chip UK names such as Tesco who employee 476,000 people. Our clients started to reach their staging dates in early 2014 and so they have been running workplace pensions for approaching three years. The three year mark is…

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Trump in the White House – Why a change of investment strategy is needed

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As the world now knows, Donald Trump will be the 45th President of the USA. 12 months ago, this result would have seemed utterly outlandish, but over the past couple of weeks, particularly since the FBI’s last intervention in the Clinton email saga, a Trump victory has actually been the more likely outcome. I suspect the ramifications of the election, the way it was conducted and the various accusations made…

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Pensions Tax relief – What is Philip Hammond’s policy?

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The Autumn Statement will be upon us again in November and it seems like we will be dusting off the same potential threats to tax relief on pensions as we have fretted about for the past couple of years. The Government have pulled back from acting upon the rumours at the last minute in recent years, but this time it might just be different. This will be Philip Hammond’s first…

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Trump vs Clinton – what stock markets make of it so far

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Trump vs Clinton – what stock markets make of it so far One would think that an election campaign could withstand only so much controversy and that by now, logic would make a Clinton victory guaranteed, but I suspect right to the last, the result will remain in the balance. For Americans, it seemingly isn’t so much about Trump, rather what he stands for in very simple terms, which is…

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