The government has confirmed plans to raise the age individuals are allowed to access their private pensions from the current age 55 to 57 by 2028.
In a written question to the Treasury, Labour MP for East Ham Stephen Timms asked what plans the government has to increase the minimum age at which people can access their private pension under the tax...
Tabled by Stephen Timms
'Left to fend for themselves'
Changed in November last year
82% made no changes
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'Spent 18 months agonising'
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GMP equalisation litigation judgment
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Confirmed intentions in May