The 250% pension tax; Drug money saved banks - papers

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Hundreds of thousands of high-earners face tax rates of up to 250% because of the Government's pensions changes.

From April 2011, the Government will withdraw pensions tax relief from those earning more than £150,000 It will do this, in part, by imposing a personal tax charge on higher-earners in occupatio...

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