Bulletins

In this section you can find our popular bulletins and news. Written by one of our directors, they cover a whole host of topics and financial and economic issues – not just SSAS (Self Administered Pension Schemes).

Please feel free to comment upon any of the points raised in any of the bulletins and / or news. We would delighted to hear from you and will get back as soon as possible.

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Bulletin 102 – June/July 2019

In this issue we focus on:

  • The Destination of your SSAS Member Account

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Bulletin 101 – May 2019

In this issue we focus on:

  •  Cabinet Chaos. Pensions Calm

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Bulletin 100 – April 2019

In this issue we focus on:

  • Drawdown
  • Sustainable Funds
  • Annuity Rates

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Bulletin 99 – March 2019

In this issue we focus on:

  • Who Wants to Live Forever

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Bulletin 98 – February 2019

In this issue we focus on:

  • Increased Personal Allowance
  • Workplace Pension Contributions

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* Please remember that the opinions expressed in these bulletins and blogs are those of the author and not those of Pensions Management Limited, PML Financial Services Limited or PML Trustees Limited. The material provided is for general information only and does not constitute investment, tax, legal or other forms of advice. You should not rely on this information to make (or refrain from making) any decisions. Links to external sites are for information only and do not constitute endorsement. Always obtain independent professional advice appropriate to your own particular circumstances.

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