Chancellor Philip Hammond's first and, as it turns out; last Autumn Statement was light on pensions regulation alterations - with changes to the Money Purchase Annual Allowance arguably the biggest surprise.
Much to the delight of the pension sector, a limited amount of tinkering was done to pensions regulation - and certainly in comparison with Hammond's immediate predecessor George Osborne. As Broadstone...
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