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FTSE firms pay billions more in dividends than into pensions - FT Adviser

FTSE firms pay billions more in dividends than into pensionsFT AdviserThis, he said, is despite the significant number of DB scheme closures, and a material reduction in the number of employees accruing DB pensions. “Not only is this a drag on company performance and the wider UK economy, but the relatively small ...and more »
(16-08-2016)

Inheriting from divorced parents – what are the limits? - Irish Times

Irish TimesInheriting from divorced parents – what are the limits?Irish TimesYou stated in a recent column that a child can receive €280,000 tax free in their lifetime from their parents. Is this allowance from each parent or both parents? I ask because my parents are divorced and one day, I will inherit (as an only child) a ...
(16-08-2016)

Five ways pensions need to change in Ireland - The Irish Times - Irish Times

Irish TimesFive ways pensions need to change in Ireland - The Irish TimesIrish TimesPensions Authority reforms aim to make private schemes simpler and increase uptake.and more »
(16-08-2016)

Five ways pensions need to change in Ireland - Irish Times

Irish TimesFive ways pensions need to change in IrelandIrish TimesOne possible method of boosting pension coverage is to follow the UK and New Zealand's KiwiSaver scheme – known as auto-enrolment. First mooted by the OECD in 2014, auto-enrolment would see employees automatically enrolled in a pension scheme, ...and more »
(16-08-2016)

It's no wonder they are so keen to sell! The bosses milking millions from foreign takeovers - This is Money

This is MoneyIt's no wonder they are so keen to sell! The bosses milking millions from foreign takeoversThis is MoneyMany will also have a well-stashed pension pot containing several millions. Far from having any real motive to ... Critics say the vast personal gains are encouraging the trend for British businesses to be gobbled up by foreign predators, to the ...
(15-08-2016)

UK's Government-Run Healthcare System Working Great--For Bureaucrats - CNSNews.com

CNSNews.comUK's Government-Run Healthcare System Working Great--For BureaucratsCNSNews.comJunior doctors hold placards as they take part in the start of a 48-hour strike on their picket line outside St Thomas' Hospital in London, Tuesday, April 26, 2016. Thousands of doctors have posted picket lines outside of hospitals around England in ...
(15-08-2016)

UK's Gov't-Run Healthcare System Is Working Great – For Bureaucrats - CNSNews.com

CNSNews.comUK's Gov't-Run Healthcare System Is Working Great – For BureaucratsCNSNews.comJunior doctors hold placards as they take part in the start of a 48-hour strike on their picket line outside St Thomas' Hospital in London, Tuesday, April 26, 2016. Thousands of doctors have posted picket lines outside of hospitals around England in ...
(15-08-2016)

Get a mortgage offer in just 30 minutes - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKGet a mortgage offer in just 30 minutesAOL Money UKRussell Gould at BlueZest said: "The company was born out of a frustration with current archaic practices and a desire to create a range of innovative mortgages, supported by an online application process that is more transparent, more efficient and ...
(15-08-2016)

I love plane food. Please British Airways, don't take away my foil-wrapped fun - The Guardian

The GuardianI love plane food. Please British Airways, don't take away my foil-wrapped funThe GuardianIn-flight dinners allow us to maintain the idea that there's still something glamorous about being on a plane. I'm sure that cutting meals will save money, but for passengers it will make journeys slightly less exciting than getting a National Express ...
(15-08-2016)

Croydon woman jailed for forcing children to have surgery so she could claim £375k in benefits - Evening Standard

Evening StandardCroydon woman jailed for forcing children to have surgery so she could claim £375k in benefitsEvening Standard“The investigation was meticulous and detailed and would not have been possible if it were not for the multi-agency work between the police and social services, local education authorities, Department for Work and Pensions and healthcare providers ...and more »
(15-08-2016)

Hedge Funds Are Losing Endowments After Pension Exodus - Bloomberg

BloombergHedge Funds Are Losing Endowments After Pension ExodusBloombergThe survey indicates other institutional investors are following similar strategies to some pension funds, as a quarter of respondents said they had no exposure to hedge funds in their portfolio. Only 2 percent of ... On the Friday morning after the U ...and more »
(15-08-2016)

There's a 'Negative Feedback Loop' Bedevilling U.K. Pension Funds ... - Bloomberg

BloombergThere's a 'Negative Feedback Loop' Bedevilling U.K. Pension Funds ...BloombergHow pension funds and insurers could further bid up U.K. government bond prices.and more »
(15-08-2016)

There's a 'Negative Feedback Loop' Bedevilling U.K. Pension Funds - Bloomberg

BloombergThere's a 'Negative Feedback Loop' Bedevilling U.K. Pension FundsBloombergU.K. pension funds and life insurers could be hit with a double whammy of pain as ultra-low government bond yields intensify funding shortfalls and spur investors to match their ballooning liabilities with longer-dated assets, creating further demand ...and more »
(15-08-2016)

London house prices seen falling 10% as rents decline for first time in 6 years - CNBC

CNBCLondon house prices seen falling 10% as rents decline for first time in 6 yearsCNBCJPMorgan Cazenove said U.K. real estate stocks were more attractive than homebuilders, as they could benefit from falling U.K. bond yields. Gilt yields have fallen steadily since the Brexit vote and the decline may pressure mortgage rates even lower ...and more »
(15-08-2016)

What can you do with an inherited pension? - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownWhat can you do with an inherited pension?Hargreaves LansdownOpting to receive the plan as your own 'inherited pension pot' allows you to invest the money as you wish through drawdown and take out as much or as little income as you want, when you want to. The investments within a SIPP can grow free of UK capital ...
(15-08-2016)
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