Elaine Turtle, Director at DP Pensions, discusses that the run up to the end of the tax year can be a very busy time for advisers and is an ideal time to ensure that clients review their expression of wishes form.
Elaine Turtle, Director at DP Pensions, runs through the difficulties of pensions and divorce and urges clients not to leave it to the lawyers before thinking about how pots will be divided.
Elaine Turtle, Director at DP Pensions, discusses how normally the end of the year is quiet in terms of changes to the pensions industry, but 2017 bucked this trend with a very sensible move by the Scottish government.
We thought it would be helpful to provide you with information which you may find useful regarding our services. This update is based on our understanding of the recent changes to pensions law and regulation.
Elaine Turtle, Director at DP Pensions, discusses why crypto currency could be toxic.
This bulletin contains information about recent developments regarding the Money Purchase Annual Allowance (MPAA) which may affect our clients. Please read the information carefully and contact your financial adviser if you have any queries.
On 1 April 2018 (MEES) restrictions on let properties will take legal effect. Many commercial property owners are unaware and unprepared for the impact of the MEES. The principle behind MEES is that it will become unlawful for landlords to let premises falling below a certain level of energy efficiency The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) regime measures energy efficiency. Please read the information carefully and contact your legal or financial adviser if you have any queries.
Elaine Turtle, Director at DP Pensions, describes a situation where a client’s proposed property purchase for his SIPP came up against the ‘wasting asset’ rules and how it was finally resolved.
Elaine Turtle, Director at DP Pensions, describes a situation where a client’s proposed property purchase for his SIPP was hit by a legislative snag and how it was finally resolved.
We very proud to support the Demelza Hospice Care for Children www.demelza.org.uk (charity registration no. 1039651) This local charity aims to provide the best care and support for seriously ill babies, children, young people and their families, across South London, East Sussex and Kent. They’re there to create precious moments and happy memories, in the family home or in family hospices.