Bulletins 1 – 10 now on-line from the Small Self Administered Schemes specialists

Our popular bulletins have now reached the 34th edition, and all who read them will know that they are not just about small self administered schemes. In fact, they’re quite rarely about self administered schemes.

The first bulletin was written in in January 2011 by one of our directors, Rob Taylor, with the aim of offering our clients his personal views across a range of financial and economic topics, some of which were related to what we specialise in – pensions in general and small self administered schemes in particular. Bulletin 1 went down well, and they soon became a regular item, and now, in response to many requests, we are publishing the ‘back catalogue’ of bulletins on this website.

We’ve started with bulletins 1 – 10, which were originally published between January and October 2011. Rob commented on such topics as changes to pensions introduced by the 2011 Finance Bill, the radical overhaul of the State Pension Scheme and on workplace pensions, as well as some thoughts on the economy in what was a pretty tough year for the UK. And yes, he did comment occasionally on small self administered schemes

Click here to take a look at bulletins 1 – 10, and contact us if you have any comments. Look out for bulletins 11-24 coming soon.

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