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Money Partners cuts variable rate

After the recent three-month LIBOR reset, specialist lender Money Partners dropped its variable rate to 4.65% as of September 1.

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Embargoed Monday 19 th September 2005 Buyers return as asking prices drop

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Guide: reporting to the Pensions Regulator — what and when?

Johnson Fleming has published a step-by-step guide demonstrating the importance of record keeping and reporting, and how it can ensure you operate a successful scheme. The guide takes you through some key questions you need to ask and identifies the information you need to obtain. The topics include: why you need to keep records and the benefits of doing this; registering your scheme; what information you need to record to ensure you meet the Pensions Regulator’s requirements; and what items need to be recorded and when.

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