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Archive - 2010

Trusts – Not Just For The Wealthy

July 2010

The assumption that trusts are only useful for financial planning for the wealthy should be revisited by people looking to reduce their exposure to nursing home fees says Adams & Remers LLP. Lisa Gibbins, solicitor at Adams & Remers comments: “Whilst most people probably associate
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Capitalising Maintenance to Protect Divorcee Retirement Income

Women who have received a lifetime maintenance order following their divorce should consider capitalising their maintenance in advance of the former husband’s retirement or they may face a big drop in income warns Adams & Remers solicitors. Katherine Gage, Solicitor at Adams & Remers comments:
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Employers’ Guide to “Fit Notes” and Sickness Absence

May 2010

A new ‘fit note’ was introduced in April. It replaces the traditional sick note and aims to introduce a new ‘can do’ attitude towards medical statements. The forms are designed to be completed electronically and ask the GP to tick one of two boxes: (a)
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Work-Based Pension Reforms

May 2010

In December 2002 the Government set up an Independent Pensions Commission to review the Pension System and make recommendations for reform to meet the challenge of providing a fair and adequate retirement income in a society where the population is growing and people are living
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Social Networking Can Risk Career Prospects

February 2010

Anyone job hunting should be aware that according to research 32% of all HR managers already use facebook and myspace as recruitment tools and 20% of them have also been put off a prospective candidate by drunken photos or rude comments the person has made
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