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March 2019

15/03/2019

If you are covering the ONS Living longer: caring in later working life release today, which explores the interplay between caring and working in later life in the UK, please see the following comments from Rachael Griffin, tax and financial planning expert at Quilter:

13/03/2019

In the Office for Budget Responsibility’s report it highlights the impact of the probate fee hike, including that the it expects the Office for National Statistics to classify them as a tax on capital and to generate £155 million a year in additional tax receipts (excerpt below). 

13/03/2019

If you’re covering the Chancellor’s announcement that social care will be included as part of the upcoming spending review, please see the following comment from Rachael Griffin, tax and financial planning expert at Quilter:

13/03/2019

Today’s OBR report indicates public sector pension schemes have set aside £30bn* to cover the potential cost if government is unable to overturn a  Court of Appeal decision that rules transitional pension arrangements offered to some judges and firefighters to be unlawful.

07/03/2019

If you are covering the Continuous Mortality Investigation’s statistics released today, which show that while mortality rates will continue to improve, the rates of mortality improvement over the next decade will be much slower than previously seen, please see the following comment from Ian Browne, pensions expert at Quilter:

07/03/2019

If you’re covering the employer engagement survey from the Department of Work and Pensions, please see the following comment from Jon Greer, head of retirement policy at Quilter:

07/03/2019

Societal shifts are leading upcoming generations to be worse off than their parents Receiving a gift while their parents are still alive makes a substantial difference to the lives of beneficiaries compares to an inheritance after death

04/03/2019

If you’re covering the Office of the Public Guardian’s campaign  to raise awareness and knowledge of lasting power of attorney, please see the following comment from Rachael Griffin, tax and financial planning expert at Quilter:

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