Royal London chief renews attack on plan to tax pensions like ISAs

Scott Sinclair
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The chief executive of life and investments provider Royal London has renewed his criticism of proposals to tax income saved into pensions like an ISA.

Phil Loney said the move risks undermining public confidence in long-term saving and "derailing" the government's achievements to date in the retirement sector. "Nobody should be asked to save f...

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