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2020 press releases

08/06/2020

If you are covering the ‘no fault divorce’ reforms being voted on in the House of Commons today, please find comment from Jon Greer, Quilter’s head of retirement policy, warning on the risks of mismanaging the split of pension assets if DIY divorces increase during the pandemic:

01/06/2020

Quilter is calling on government to relax the Money Purchase Annual Allowance (MPAA) during the Covid-19 pandemic.

28/05/2020

If you are covering the inquiry into the management and value for money of tax reliefs, launched yesterday by the Public Accounts Committee, please see the following commentary from Rachael Griffin, financial planning expert at Quilter:

19/05/2020

If you are covering today’s Pensions Policy Institute report on the evolution of pension scams, please see the following commentary from Ian Browne, retirement expert at Quilter. 

19/05/2020

If you are covering the survey from The House, which shows that 72% of MPs believe that taxes should rise to fund public services, please see the following comment from Rachael Griffin, tax and financial planning expert at Quilter:

01/05/2020

If you are covering the government’s decision to temporarily reduce the Lifetime Isa withdrawal charge until April 2021, please see the following commentary from Rachael Griffin, financial planning expert at Quilter:

30/04/2020

If you’re covering the flexible payments from pension figures for Q1 2020 from HM Revenue & Customs please see the following comment from Ian Browne, retirement expert at Quilter:

29/04/2020

If you are covering the new guidance from The Pensions Regulator (TPR) for trustees to issue transfer warnings to DB members, please see the following comment from Ian Browne, pensions expert at Quilter:

24/04/2020

If you are covering the newly published HMRC report into tax avoidance please see the following commentary from Rachael Griffin, tax and financial planning expert at Quilter. 

17/04/2020

Don’t call an emergency event – think twice before tapping into your pension