The government is seeking to implement a new contribution structure from next year
NI contribution and dividend tax increases will help fund NHS backlog and social care reform
Widespread fears that HM Treasury is sending the wrong signal to savers trying to do the right thing
Complicated tax rules mean many NHS doctors are better off declining promotions and extra hours
The impact of the tapered annual allowance is clear after a 27 percentage point increase in NHS staff who exceed the pension annual allowance electing voluntary scheme pays, Quilter says.
The government has drawn a line under talk of broad reform of the pension system for higher-paid NHS workers, such as doctors who face high tax charges, opting instead to build on flexibilities introduced last year.
Covid-19 has had a seismic impact on regular office life. Nick Martindale looks at how employee benefits provisions are expanding to reach the new normal
Former Financial Regulators Complaints Commissioner Antony Townsend is to become chair of an expanded Determinations Panel at The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
The majority of employers currently support the simplification of the pension tax regime, with evidence mounting of its adverse impacts, the Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) finds.
This week’s top stories included Aon findings that the number of defined benefit schemes employing a sole trustee model is expected to double by 2025, while Scottish Widows invested £2bn as the inaugural investor in BlackRock’s new climate fund.