Those who have opted to put their pension savings into drawdown would be wise to have an LPA in place, argues Steve Webb.
From drip-feeding to tax and pensions, Hannah Smith examines how you can use falling markets to your advantage when it comes to financial planning.
If making a will is on your to-do list during the coronavirus pandemic, be prepared for an unorthodox experience and do some advance prep, says Money Observer editor Faith Glasgow.
It is widely expected changes to inheritance tax are in the offing, potentially in next month’s Budget, with one fund manager commenting that any changes to the IHT exemption around Aim shares would be disastrous.
A rule change means that a surviving spouse could now get up to £270,000, but experts warn that the best way to avoid arguments over inheritance is to make a will.
All you need to know about the financial implications of dementia.
A report from the Treasury Select Committee says that banks should consider retroactively reimbursing victims of push payment fraud.
How to avoid becoming an investment fraud victim.
Tax relief on investments in small privately-owned companies fell by 22% in 2016/17, the latest figures show.