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July 2018

27/07/2018

New population estimates from the ONS reveals that cohabitation continues to grow in popularity, rising to close to 6m* cohabitee couples in Britain. This increases pressure on government to consider who benefits from inheritance and tax rights, says Gordon Andrews, tax expert at Quilter:

23/07/2018

Addition of new medical conditions including mental illness and cancer in situ – with surgery Over a dozen improvements to payment conditions Improvements to children’s cover, which comes as standard, with eight new child specific conditions Addition of First time Cover- once a child turns 22 and they are no longer covered by their parents policy they can apply for their own cover, without underwriting, up to £25,000 or £50,000 if both parents are covered

20/07/2018

If you’re the Government’s announcement today that it will be conducting a technical consultation on a pensions cold calling ban, please see the following comment from Jon Greer, Head of Retirement Policy at Quilter Plc.

18/07/2018

Today the Supreme Court unanimously allowed the appeal of a businessman who had been ordered by the Court of Appeal to increase maintenance payments to his former wife, 16 years after their divorce.  

05/07/2018

Guy Opperman has confirmed that just 19,000 grandparents have made use of childcare national insurance credit, which count towards your qualifying years for a full state pension. With an estimated 100,000 grandparents eligible, this means under 20% have claimed. 

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