Tag Archives: Q&A

2014 Budget: Radical Pensions

Retirement Changes from 6 April 2015 Radical pension proposals for 2015 reflect the government’s vision for a more flexible regime giving individuals more choice, control and responsibility over how they access their pension savings. But nothing is set in stone yet and, as always, the devil will be in the detail of the forthcoming consultations.

2014 Budget: NISA Q&A

Question: If contributions have been made before 30 June 2014 is it possible to pay a further £15,000 after 1 July 2014? Answer: Unfortunately this won’t be the case. Any contributions made before 30 June 2014 will count towards the new £15,000 limit. So someone paying the maximum £11,880 before 30 June 2014 will be […]

Smarter Investing

As the Treasury looks to take a bigger slice of income, there has been a useful reminder of the importance of income to investment returns. The Barclays Capital Equity Gilt Study is not just a book of numbers. It contains a variety of articles, some of which draw on the data. The latest Study contains […]

Individuals leaving the UK

Q. Duncan, I’m planning to take up full-time employment outside of the UK.  I have a number of job offers on different continents, what planning ideas do you have? A. General comments – not to be construed as advice. The tax position of individuals leaving the UK will depend substantially on whether they are leaving […]

Pension update for Wealthflow’s professional partners

Wealthflow has pleasure issuing a series of very helpful Q&As to address a number of the key questions raised by our professional partners (Solicitors and Accountants) regarding the new anti-forestalling provisions. The Q & As address the question of what will constitute regular payments for the purposes of protected pension input and give a number […]