Scottish Life for advisers

We are a specialist pensions provider and are part of the UK's largest mutual life and pensions company, Royal London. We believe in independent financial advice and don't sell our pensions direct.

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Budget pension changes from 27 March

Our systems have been updated to allow the pension changes. Find out how this affects your pension clients.

We're making changes to our illustrations

Read about the changes we've made to our illustrations and how they affect your clients.

Pension opportunities for the self-employed

The proportion of the UK workforce that's self-employed is increasing, but with much of the pensions focus on auto enrolment and employed workers, are there more opportunities to be explored here?

Fund charges reduction

Due to our continued good relationship with our fund manager partners, we're able to reduce the charges for various funds within the Scottish Life range. We've written to all affected policyholders to let them know.

Retirement view blog

Fiona Tait

Fiona Tait
Business Development Manager

Legal highs - the 2014 budget

31 March 2014
Allowing increased flexibility in the way people take their benefits from a pension scheme is A GOOD THING. But with flexibility comes responsibility.

Investment view blog

Lorna Blyth

Lorna Blyth
Investment Development Manager

Governed Portfolios now have a five year track record

31 January 2014
In the last five years we have seen a massive rise in the number of advisers recommending centralised investment propositions. Lorna Blyth looks at the benefits for clients, how advisers can ensure they meet FCA requirements in this space and what the future for CIPs could look like.

New in Technical Central

2014 Budget Summary

How will this year's Budget affect you and your clients?

Fixed protection 2014 application form now available

Fixed protection 2014 maintains the lifetime allowance at £1.5 million after 6 April 2014 when it reduces to £1.25 million.

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