The Week in Numbers – 17th November

The Week in Numbers – 17th November 24% – Proportion of calls not answered by HMRC staff. MPs have criticised the tax office’s performance calling it “completely unacceptable” £500 – Amount each new employer using The People’s Pensions for auto-enrolment will be charged in 2016 9 – Number of insurers on the Financial Stability Board’s “Too […]

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The Week in Numbers – 26th October

The Week in Numbers 34% – Year on year rise in SIPP claims reported by the Financial Ombudsman Service, from 210 in Q3 2014 to 281 in the same quarter this year 10 Years – Length of SIPP administration deal agreed between Curtise Banks and Zurich 100 – Number of Sanlam Wealth Planning employees whose […]

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The Week in Numbers – 5th August

The Week in Numbers £40K – Amount lost by Yorsipp member who complained to the Pensions Ombudsman claiming due diligence failures. The complaint was thrown out last week. Up to 30% – Estimated hit to fund flows to pension providers if the Government radically reforms pension tax relief £20m – Level of redress Cash Genie […]

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The Week in Numbers – 28/05

The Week in Numbers – 28/05 0.1% – Fall in the Consumer Prices Index in the year to April compared with no change in the year to March 4,000 – Number of individual advisers Garry Heath aims to recruit for his new trade body, Libertatem, in the first 15 months 4 – Number of Labour […]

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