Scrapping salary sacrifice, rumoured to be part of the 8 July Budget, would do more harm than good but is likely to be high up on the Chancellor's agenda, providers have said.
Salary sacrifice, where employees give up part of their salary in exchange for other benefits including pension contributions, currently costs the government about £15bn a year. The benefit means as...
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