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Auto-Enrolment – Had Enough Of Your Provider?
Providing pensions can be a thankless task for employers and providers alike. It's an experience that a number of employers have got to know well since the UK introduced its auto-enrolment obligations.
UK
15 Feb 2017
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Court Of Appeal Rules On Changing Pension Increases From RPI To CPI
The rules of the Barnardo's pension scheme (the Scheme) provide for annual increases of the lower of 5% or the increase in the retail prices index (RPI).
UK
10 Nov 2016
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The Government's Consultation On Pension Increases In The British Steel Pension Scheme
The DWP's consultation on changing the law to allow pensions increases to be reduced to the statutory minimum in the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) ends on 23 June.
UK
30 Jun 2016
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The Government's Consultation On Pension Increases In The British Steel Pension Scheme
The DWP's consultation on changing the law to allow pensions increases to be reduced to the statutory minimum in the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) ends on 23 June.
UK
27 Jun 2016
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Pensions And The Queen's Speech 2016
Pensions feature once again in the Government's legislative programme for this Parliamentary session.
UK
2 Jun 2016
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Pensions And The Queen's Speech 2016
Pensions feature once again in the Government's legislative programme for this Parliamentary session.
UK
31 May 2016
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Auto-Enrolment Update – Case Law And Trigger Changes
Auto-enrolment has been through a bit of a rollercoaster of media attention.
UK
19 Feb 2016
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Pensions In 2016
It is becoming a truism that in pensions each year is more interesting than the last. Interesting for lawyers that is as more and more layers are added to UK pension regulation.
UK
12 Jan 2016
9
The Autumn Statement – Auto-Enrolment Tweaks And A Wait Till Spring...
Another autumn means another Autumn Statement. This year's statement by the Chancellor was focused on things other than pensions – the U-turn on tax credits, infrastructure spending and house-building, and more departmental cuts.
UK
27 Nov 2015
10
Are You Giving The Correct Pension Increases?
Pension increases in defined benefit schemes have become increasingly complex and contentious, not least because of the significant funding costs they involve.
UK
11 Nov 2015
11
So How Are Those "Pension Freedoms" Working Out?
In April 2015 the UK woke up to a world of freedom. Pension freedom. From that date if you had a defined contribution pension pot and were 55 or over, it was up to you what you did with the money.
UK
27 Oct 2015
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Pension Investment Management Services - With Or Without VAT?
A significant cost of running a defined benefit pension scheme historically has been the VAT on investment management services.
UK
26 Aug 2015
13
New Scotland Bill – Tax Implications
The UK Government has published draft legislation on devolving certain tax matters to Scotland (the Bill).
UK
23 Jul 2015
14
Ofgem Consults On Network Operator Pension Deficit Funding Policy
With the current price control period for electricity Distribution Network Operators having recently ended, Ofgem has launched a consultation on the future funding of deficits attributable to regulated activities.
UK
7 Jul 2015
15
High Court Confirms Use Of Contracts To Limit Pensionable Pay
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra clarinettist John Bradbury was an employee of the BBC and a member of the final salary New Benefits Section of the BBC Pension Scheme.
UK
17 Jun 2015
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Pension Scheme Management Costs – Would You Like VAT With That?
Many costs associated with defined benefit pension schemes will usually fall on the scheme employer one way or another.
UK
3 Jun 2015
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Supreme Court Ruling Limits PPF Protection For Schemes With No UK Employers
In October 2009, the Greek courts ordered the winding up of the Greek national airline, Olympic Airlines. Olympic ran flights from UK airports, employing 27 employees in the UK, dealing with things such as ticket sales.
UK
8 May 2015
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Pensions Ombudsman: Law Trumps Regulatory Guidance
The end result of a pensions liberation scam tends to be that most of the member's transferred pot ends up either with the person who set up the pension scam or with HMRC as unauthorised payment tax charges.
UK
30 Apr 2015
19
Time To Look Again At Your Service Company Arrangements?
MF Global Group's main business was to act as broker dealers in the investment markets.
UK
23 Apr 2015
20
PPF Levy - Are You Paying More Than Your Fair Share?
If you sponsor a defined benefit pension scheme, you will be well aware of the costs associated with funding the scheme and making sure all regulatory requirements are met.
UK
24 Oct 2014
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