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The Weekly Wrap: May 29 edition

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A round-up of the week's pension stories from across the FT Group, from Puerto Rico’s attempts to save its economy from bankruptcy, to Chinese stocks taking a nosedive on the Shanghai index.

Three unintended consequences of tax relief change

Duncan Howorth

From the blog: Politicians of all colours have gradually eroded the tax relief on pension contributions for high earners.

Does this matter? Well, yes it does – and not just for high earners.

The first important myth that needs to be dispelled is that higher-rate tax relief on pension contributions is grossly unfair and costs the government and taxpayers billions of pounds.

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Editorial: Revealing more than just winners

Illustration by Ben Jennings

Last week's Pension & Investment Provider Awards ceremony in London was a glitzy affair attended by key pensions industry folk from all corners of the sector.

The Weekly Wrap: May 22 edition

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A round-up of the week's pension stories from across the FT Group, from auto-enrolment requirements driving the development of a childcare black market, to HMRC tightening the rules on Aussie qualifying recognised overseas pension schemes.

PIPA 2015: The winners revealed…

PIPA Awards 2015

… plus a behind-the-scenes video showing how the judges chose the victors.

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