Renny Biggins

From the blog: Life expectancy is on the increase and with it people’s appetite for working longer. The range of flexible decumulation options is also growing.

 

But one of the knock-on effects is that it increases the volume of benefit crystallisation events at age 75.

 

Isn’t it time to raise this age threshold to potentially reduce the number of BCEs and allow people to benefit from tax relief on pension contributions post 75?

 

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