The Autumn Statement 2016

23rd November 2016
The Conservative government presented its Autumn Statement on 23rd November 2016. The following summary provides an overview of the main points set out and accompanying notes. A few grains of sugar for those just managing, but the main message, from the Chancellor is of caution surrounding the national debt and of course the effects of BREXIT. Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced he will reduce the money purchase annual allowance to £4,000. The OBR has revised its March forecasts. GDP Growth: 2017 1.4%, 2018 1.7%, 2019 2.1% ... Read More

Autumn Statement - Pensions

23rd November 2016
The Chancellor in his Autumn statement, outlined the amount you can save into a pension - once you have already taken some money out has been reduced from £10,000 to £4,000 from April 2017.... Read More

Dealing with Auto Enrolment with Temporary and Part Time Staff

21st November 2016
When considering auto-enrolment, how do you handle temporary and part-time staff?... Read More

Pensions Regulator Sees Spike in Auto Enrolment Compliance Notices

14th November 2016
The Pensions Regulator has reported another spike in the number of compliance notices it has issued to businesses that have not complied with auto-enrolment rules.... Read More

What does Trump's victory mean for us? By Chris Davis

9th November 2016
So Trumps ‘movement’ has been victorious in the US election. What does this mean? ... Read More