Government rules out imminent major pension reform

'Now is not the right time'

Hannah Godfrey
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Government rules out imminent major pension reform

A letter from the Treasury to AJ Bell appears to rule out any major reforms of the UK's pension tax framework over the next few years, explaining "now is not the right time" for significant changes.

Last month, AJ Bell chief executive Andy Bell (pictured) wrote to pensions minister Richard Harrington to urge UK policymakers to take a more measured, long-term approach to pensions tax policy centred...

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