Clive Weber

From the blog: Gone are the days of UK scheme members moving to sunnier climes and transferring pension benefits to wherever in the world best suited.

 

In his Spring Budget, the chancellor announced a heavy tax on transfers to non-UK pension schemes.

 

A charge of 25 per cent is imposed unless the transfer fits within HM Revenue & Customs’ narrow new rules.

  

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