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Pensions slip down the agenda after election

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If Theresa May’s Conservatives succeed in forming a lasting government, their immediate policy concerns regarding pensions are unlikely to change.

Chancellor proposes ban on cold calling, refrains from pensions tax overhaul

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In his first and last Autumn Statement, Chancellor Philip Hammond swapped the timing of the Budget and the Statement but had comparatively little to say about pensions for now; one of the larger measures – a consultation into pensions fraud – was welcomed by the industry.

Lifetime Isa blurs lines between long and short-term saving

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Budget 2016: The dreaded tax change on pension saving has been narrowly avoided in the chancellor’s Budget 2016, but the announcement of a Lifetime Isa could be a step towards a pensions Isa, industry comments suggest.

Industry left reeling by latest pension tax proposals

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Summer Budget: Chancellor George Osborne today unveiled a green paper proposing a significant overhaul of the current pensions tax relief system, going beyond what the industry had expected and acting as a harbinger of further radical reform.

As the result shock fades, attention turns to next pensions minister

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General election 2015: The Conservatives’ election triumph on Friday, alongside a near whitewash by the Scottish National party north of the border, has raised several questions about how the fallout will affect pensions.

How the 2015 Budget affects your scheme

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Budget 2015: Chancellor George Osborne’s ‘cost-neutral’ Budget announcement today still managed to herald further changes to the pensions landscape, including plans for a secondary annuities market and a hefty 20 per cent cut to the lifetime allowance.

Budget 2014: How historic DC changes affect your scheme

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News analysis: Defined contribution scheme managers and trustees have seen their default investment strategies rendered “not fit for purpose” by this week’s historic Budget changes, which have fundamentally changed the run-up to retirement for workplace savers.

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