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July 2018


New population estimates from the ONS reveals that cohabitation continues to grow in popularity, rising to close to 6m* cohabitee couples in Britain. This increases pressure on government to consider who benefits from inheritance and tax rights, says Gordon Andrews, tax expert at Quilter:


Addition of new medical conditions including mental illness and cancer in situ – with surgery Over a dozen improvements to payment conditions Improvements to children’s cover, which comes as standard, with eight new child specific conditions Addition of First time Cover- once a child turns 22 and they are no longer covered by their parents policy they can apply for their own cover, without underwriting, up to £25,000 or £50,000 if both parents are covered


If you’re the Government’s announcement today that it will be conducting a technical consultation on a pensions cold calling ban, please see the following comment from Jon Greer, Head of Retirement Policy at Quilter Plc.


Today the Supreme Court unanimously allowed the appeal of a businessman who had been ordered by the Court of Appeal to increase maintenance payments to his former wife, 16 years after their divorce.  


Guy Opperman has confirmed that just 19,000 grandparents have made use of childcare national insurance credit, which count towards your qualifying years for a full state pension. With an estimated 100,000 grandparents eligible, this means under 20% have claimed. 

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