Jamie Favell helps a Money Observer reader with a question about inheritance tax and CGT.
Pension Clinic: overall, the pension freedoms have been a success, but various obstacles need to be navigated to stop people making poor choices. The former pensions minister discusses areas of concern.
Those who opt for drawdown need to be comfortable with the idea that the value of their pension will rise and fall over time.
The problem is being exacerbated by the rising age of the state pension.
Latest figures show that the average pension withdrawal in the UK is £7,254.
What are the various scenarios and possible options for self-invested personal pension investors as retirement nears?
Spike in pension fraud since the introduction of pension freedoms in 2015.
Controversial plans to change the flat probate fee structure to one based on the size of estate have been delayed.
As well as benefiting others, charitable giving can reduce the inheritance tax rate by up to 4%, writes Carl Drummond.