AE loophole could delay pensions for 4 million

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Auto-enrolment for 4 million people who are members of hybrid pension schemes could be delayed until 2017 through a loophole in the legislation, a consultancy has warned.

The rule which allows companies with defined benefit (DB) or hybrid schemes postpone the enrolment until 2017 was originally brought in to align benefits and contributions for defined contribution ...

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