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Signs are emerging that the Treasury is considering the withdrawal of 1ps, 2ps and the £50 note
HM Treasury forecasts that it will benefit from an additional £5.1bn in a ‘bonus’ tax take by April 2019 as a result of the pension freedoms policy of 2015
The pensions and asset management industry has been "tarred with the brush of the financial services industry", leading to a lack of trust among the public, SCM Direct co-founder and transparency and ethics activist Gina Miller has claimed
Total pension liabilities of the UK rose by just over £1trn, to £7.6trn, between 2010 and 2015, latest figures published by the ONS have shown
Three warnings have been issued around the failure to meet the LISA transfer deadline
The former financial director of Carillion, Richard Adams, "dumped" all of his shares in the outsourcing firm for £776,000, just a few months before its share price tanked, it has been revealed
The finance director of Carillion, Richard Adam, thought funding the firm’s pension schemes was a “waste of money”, it has emerged
Blame and responsibility is being disproportionately placed upon the advice sector, following the Work and Pensions Select Committee’s report on the British Steel pension scheme, the Personal Finance Society has said
The profits being racked up by Private Finance Initiative (PFI) companies should be subject to a new windfall tax, so much-needed resources can be put back into the UK’s cash-strapped public services, UNISON has said today
The trial of Dharam Prakash Gopee concluded yesterday at Southwark Crown Court with the jury returning a guilty verdict to the charges brought by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for offences under the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000
Average weekly household spending rose to £554.20 in the financial year ending 2017; in real terms, a return to pre-economic downturn levels, according to the ONS
The Mortgage Awards 2018 from MoneyAge is delighted to announce a number of high profile industry names on its judging panel with more to follow
More than 300,000 UK households are using illegal money lenders to support their finances, the Illegal Money Lending Team has said
Consumer spending fell for the fourth consecutive month in December, signalling the weakest annual performance for household expenditure since 2012
For a year that has seen Brexit takeover the agenda, it has still been a busy one for pensions. From the appointment of a new pensions minister, to government reviews and consultations, pension scheme closures, and court rulings, Natalie Tuck looks back at some of the themes of 2017
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