Tag Archives: pension tax relief

Net pay pension problems? – don’t leave them to the Treasury

The headline is misleading, the Treasury are not looking for solutions, they are looking for the long-grass ;  unless people who give a damn , tell the Treasury to pull their finger out, 1.7m low earners will continue to overpay … Continue reading

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“Help to save accounts”- crumbs for the poor.

  The Government is planning (according to the BBC) to spend £70m of tax-payers money incentivising those who are not in work (but trying to get a job) to build up an emergency kitty. These savings will be held in “help … Continue reading

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Payroll’s good fortune or a pension administrator’s nightmare?

Many of us will have breathed a sigh of relief on hearing that the Chancellor did not intend to make any changes in the pension tax relief. Whether it was moving to a flat rate (possibly unaligned with any tax-band … Continue reading

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We had it coming!

I haven’t read the reaction of the pension hierarchy to the Treasury’s consultation on the future of pension tax relief – I don’t have to. Steve Bee’s tweet “I don’t want to spend the rest of my time on this … Continue reading

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