SJP reviewing incentives
One-in-six experience mental illness
Chancellor Sajid Javid mulling IHT cut
Complementary beauty treatments
Only available at SJP
Internal memo from SJP CEO
Reduced client fees by £3.1m
Paid £25m in compensation
57 responses to probe
Corporate Chartered changes from 2020
3,900 advisers in total
Workshops starting 25 June
Changes due on 15 May
£2.5bn funding gap
Quarter of single pensioners dependent on state
Two complainants 'wrongly sold'
25 months since stated intention to publish
PI could rise by 500%
'Consumers protected from cowboys'
Aon's Benefits and Trends Survey 2019
Seven underwriting questions
Quiet on personal finance
No claims against John Dyer
Rudd in office 71 days so far
Larger sample size to follow
Partnered with Simply Academy
'Exciting new chapter'
Unadvised can spend 50 hours on IHT admin
Consultation looking into legal, tax and pension implications of decision will take place
VitalityLife has launched a risk calculator that is able to work out the likelihood of clients facing ill health by putting in some basic, personal information.
Association of Medical Insurers and Intermediaries (AMII) chairman Stuart Scullion has warned the industry to make sure it is prepared ahead of the IDD, the next EU-driven legislation set to 'shake up the sector'.
Proposals to be outlined in upcoming green paper
Research finds only a third check their pension annually, while one in five do it less often than that
Government considering introduction of inheritance tax (IHT) exempt 'care ISA' to tackle the social care crisis
Darren Wilkes ordered to pay for costs by 20 August following investigation into resolved complaint in 2006
'Industry must address misconceptions around protection', says Royal London
Only a quarter of British employees want to fully retire on a set date
Getting a foot on the housing ladder later, higher house prices and ability to borrow for longer forcing people to pay mortgage into retirement years
A fifth of working-age UK adults expect to be financially supporting a family
Women retiring this year will have average expected retirement incomes £4,900 lower than men, research by Prudential has found
Advisers should familiarise themselves with what clients can and cannot do with a power of attorney if they want to work closely with solicitors and accountants, Tish Hanifan told delegates at PA360
Reaction from insurers
In celebration of a raise in minimum auto-enrolment pension contributions, here are five of the most interesting facts about automatic enrolment (AE)
'No systemic problem'
Revamp of FS Register on cards
British Friendly has added three new elements to its Mutual Benefits in the shape of 'health MOTs' at no extra cost, power of attorney at no extra cost and discounted travel insurance.
Ellipse has launched a 'benefits benchmark' tool aimed at advisers who would like to measure the extent of their corporate clients' employee benefits against those of their competitors.
The government has announced several changes to the eligibility conditions relating to the social fund funeral expenses payments scheme that will take effect from 2 April.