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The most radical changes to pensions in almost a century (£)

Sep 29, 2018, 21:45 PM
family law, pension, divorce, tax, 2015 budget, benefit schemes, retirement, death tax
​The article contemplates the impact the April 2015 pension changes will have when considering the financial consequences following the breakdown of a relationship.
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Beverley Morris, Divorce and Family Law Practice

This article contemplates the impact the April 2015 pension changes will have when considering the financial consequences following the breakdown of a relationship. Significant changes include: freedom in taking tax free cash, defined benefit schemes and death tax. Access to the fund value despite a tax consequence is probably going to be a major concern.


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