Pensions tax relief reform options 'too complicated'

'It may take a while to square this circle'

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The options for overhauling pensions tax relief outlined in the government’s call for evidence yesterday (21 July) may still be too complicated, the industry says.
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The options for overhauling pensions tax relief outlined in the government’s call for evidence yesterday (21 July) may still be too complicated, the industry says.

The options for overhauling pensions tax relief outlined in the government’s call for evidence earlier this week may still be too complex to be workable, according to pension experts.

The 40-page government document outlined the differences in outcomes for some low earners under the current relief system and collated issues raised by stakeholders, and suggestions for changes to ...

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