FROM THE PAPERS
Synopsis: Short summaries of articles we think you will find useful from some of the weekends broadsheets. At the end of each summary is a link to take you directly to the relevant article. Please see Helpful Hints at the end of the bulletin.
Date posted: Monday, September 15, 2014
Financial Times:” Scotland after the vote: investments”. Investors have taken note. Sterling fell sharply in the first part of this week, while gilt yields edged higher and shares in companies with significant exposure to Scotland came under pressure. There was anecdotal evidence that some Scottish residents are moving capital into English banks. Click here to go directly to the article
Financial Times:” Scotland after the vote: pensions”. Scots are being promised more generous state pensions which they may be eligible to receive before pensioners in the rest of the UK. But carving up the union’s pension system will prove complicated and even costly for members across the UK.
Financial Times:” Scotland after the vote: tax”. Whether or not the Scottish electorate elects to remain part of the UK next week, the country’s tax regime will not be left untouched. Click here to go directly to the article
Financial Times:” First ‘low-cost’ drawdown product set to launch”. The door has been opened for millions of pension savers to access income drawdown through the workplace with the launch of a new retirement investment product aimed at the mass market. Click here to go directly to the article
Financial Times:” First tax demands sent to avoidance scheme investors”. The first wave of controversial new tax bills has been sent by the tax authority, as part of a government strategy to reclaim billions of pounds from taxpayers accused of participating in avoidance schemes. Click here to go directly to the article
The Times:” The building blocks of children’s savings”. Prince George is to have a brother or a sister. The news of the Duchess of Cambridge’s pregnancy inspired much comment on how the royal couple will decorate the nursery for their second child, how they will manage their growing brood and what outfits the duchess will sport.
The Times:” Scottish split likely to push up annuity rates”. Retirement incomes might increase if the separatists win on Thursday
The Telegraph:” Scottish independence: how pensions would be affected?”. Final salary schemes, pensions ages and payment of state pensions – how a Yes vote would affect pensions both sides of the border
The Telegraph:” Save tax – by not putting shares in your Isa”. Save tax – by not putting shares in your Isa
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