This handy guide explains what regulatory authorisations are required to advise clients on different aspect of their personal finances with details on and how the ICAEW Designated Body Scheme (DPB) can be used.
Resources relating to Personal Financial Planning regulation.
Award winning journalist Stephanie Hawthorne highlights the dysfunctional ‘at retirement’ arena today and looming shortfalls tomorrow
Features and articles
The framework - published in a joint discussion paper from the regulators - will allow trustees and independent governance committees to compare their scheme’s costs and charges.
HMRC has provided new guidance on the payment of Corporation Tax for unincorporated associations and clubs, funded pension schemes and IP appointments.
The triple lock has helped the state pension grow faster than inflation or earnings over the last decade, but will the Chancellor break it for next year’s pension increase?
The NHS Business Services Authority have released an updated guide on the NHS Pension Scheme for dentists.
In this 2020 webinar, Jason Porter from Blevins Franks discusses the overall position of UK nationals visiting or moving to the EU before 31 December 2020 and what their position would be post-Brexit. Topics covered will include Withdrawl Agreement rules, legal residency, healthcare, and UK state pension.
In this May 2020 webinar, Jose Vilchez from Mazars talks about financial planning housekeeping and lifetime cashflow modelling.
An introduction to checking your national insurance contributions.
Helpsheets and support
This factsheet highlights new requirements effective 1 January 2020 and beyond, including practical guidance on amendments for rent concessions and IBOR reform. It has been updated for recent changes.
Technical helpsheet issued to help ICAEW members to understand what an other entity of public interest (OEPI) is and when restrictions on providing non-audit / additional services to OEPIs apply from.
This factsheet provides an overview of the regulatory requirements affecting UK company accounts. It reflects the requirements of the Companies Act 2006 applicable to financial years beginning before 1 January 2021.
FAQ about a client who previously had a reduced pension annual allowance, due to their income figures. It examines what the amended rules are for 2020/21.
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Expert guidance on pensions and life assurance taxation in relation to business partnerships.
Advice on tax planning for pension schemes, written for anyone who advises or runs a family or owner-managed company.
Chapter providing best-practice information on automatic enrolment in relation to payroll management.
Tax rates and tables for pensions and investment schemes, updated in line with the March 2021 Budget.
This book is to provide GPs with a straightforward and clear explanation of what makes up their practice accounts and what they should expect to see. It also explains how the figures interact and should be interpreted. It looks at the medical practice from a business perspective to help GPs understand the commercial aspects of their medical activity. Additionally, the book includes explanations of how the UK tax system applies to GPs and considers relevant aspects of the NHS Pension Scheme.
A one-volume guide to direct taxation of a small business.
Practical guidance on multiple aspects of personal retirement planning in the UK.