QROPS Can Combat A Hidden Pension Wealth TrapiExpats.comExpats with a pension based in the UK should check with their provider to see what happens to their money when they die – and may pick up a nasty surprise and realise their family is not protected. Estate planning is a major issue for expats who do not ...
BloombergApple's Fight to Lure Japanese From Cash Starts at TurnstileBloombergYet e-money settlements remain dwarfed by credit cards and especially cash. E-money transactions climbed 15 percent to 4.6 trillion yen ($45 billion) in 2015, Bank of Japan data show. That's about a tenth of the 49.8 trillion yen in credit-card ...and more »
Daily EchoAnger as outgoing chief executive of controversial health trust retains £245000 pay packetDaily EchoIt emerged that she will continue to receive her annual salary of up to £190,00 - rising to £245,000 with pension related benefits while the Trust begins their search for a new Chief Executive - on a similar pay scale. Dr Sara ... "This is public money ...and more »
BloombergApple's Battle Against Japan's Love for Cash Starts at TurnstileBloombergThat's larger than the 1.3 million terminals in the U.S. and 320,000 in the U.K., according to research from Let's Talk Payments and the U.K. Cards Association. For a QuickTake explainer on mobile payments, click here. ... Credit and debit cards and e ...and more »
Express.co.ukAnnuity rates could make income drawdown the default retirement optionExpress.co.ukDrawdown allows retirees to take a portion of their pension fund as income while leaving the rest invested. This is an increasingly attractive alternative to locking into an annuity, with rates collapsing. A 65-year-old with a £100,000 pension ...