Using the SSAS Loan Back facility to tempt business owners in to Pension planning
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By the end of this Wednesday another Budget will have come and gone and another set of rumours laid to rest. The particular rumour that I am going to address here is whether or not George Osborne will remove the benefit of a tax-free lump sum on pensions.
The further reduction to the lifetime allowance from £1.25 million to £1 million in April 2016 will be the third cut to the allowance in four years. So what opportunities are available to individuals who may be caught by the reduction in the future?
Using Pension Contributions to reduce Share Dividend Tax Liabilities
How often do you tell your clients to give money away? This may seem counterintuitive to an adviser, particularly if you have spent years working with your client to build up savings, but if your client is a higher or additional rate tax payer this is certainly something you should look to discuss with them.
Transfer of final salary pension benefits has quickly become a viable option; not only in relation to the additional flexibility a money purchase arrangement provides, but also in respect of the death benefits.
From April 2016 investment in buy-to-let & second home properties will become harder for the majority. A 3% surcharge on each stamp duty band could potentially choke the market into breathing its last major breath.
At a recent Threesixty seminar Damian discusses what makes a great suitability letter, breaks down what the regulator wants to see and proposes a suitability report for the near future.
Funding Pensions | Room for another Acronym
The Chancellor George Osborne announced some long overdue changes to IHT in his Emergency Budget on 8th July after the recent election...