AAC Die Poor or Plan Ahead Blog

  The next stage of the pensions revolution has been cancelled, it seems, or at least postponed. After his sweeping pension freedoms, introduced last year, Chancellor George Osborne had been expected to order even more radical changes in the Budget on March 16. But with the Brexit vote in June and a possible Conservative party leadership battle …

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AAC George Osbourne

The £1M LTA is fast approaching and that means decision time for those clients who believe that they may be caught by the latest cut. Should they stick or twist? The price for protecting funds from an LTA charge by locking into a higher allowance may be that pension funding has to stop. And that …

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AAC Pension Freedom Blog

Next year will see major reforms to dividend taxation. What will this mean for the Investor? Will it alter where you should save? It  may trigger a review of your  existing investment structures. There will be both winners and losers when the £5,000 annual dividend allowance is introduced April 2016. Higher rate taxpayers could be …

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AAC Pension Freedom

  Can DIY pension be the best option for the novice As the pension market changes more individuals have decided not to seek advice and “DO IT YOURSELF” option. Using insurance company funds  s a higher cost option but switching to a full blown Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) without advice is like switching from …

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