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Rowanmoor continues to allow non-standard investments

The withdrawal of James Hay from the non-standard investment arena marks a significant shift in the SIPP landscape. Rowanmoor, as a bespoke provider, will continue to offer non-standard investments within its SIPP, SSAS and Family Pension Trust products.

16 January 2017

A new look for Rowanmoor

On 3 January 2017, Rowanmoor Personal Pensions Limited, Rowanmoor Trustees Limited and Rowanmoor Consultancy Limited, which were subsidiaries of Rowanmoor Group Limited, became direct subsidiaries of Embark Group Limited.

3 January 2017

Experto crede; trust the expert. A spotlight on our commercial property investment expertise.

Commercial property investment for some clients is high priority. With our vast experience in this field, we can smooth the path to completion and provide practical ideas and guidance.

3 January 2017

Reducing the money purchase annual allowance

The Autumn Statement, delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond, included an announcement that the money purchase annual allowance will be reduced from £10,000 to £4,000 in order to prevent inappropriate double tax relief.

7 December 2016

Review of 2016: A steady start builds up to a bright future

For us, 2016 brought new ownership and the prospect of future growth. Here is an overview of some of our informative and thought-provoking articles on the SIPP and SSAS market, from 2016.

7 December 2016

Controversial new tax on Scottish in specie property transfers

Revenue Scotland has controversially decided to make in specie transfers of Scottish properties between pension schemes subject to Land and Buildings Transaction Tax, on the basis that it is an acquisition of a property interest for a valuable consideration.

1 November 2016

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