Article Database - Topic: 'Pensions' - Keyword: 'A-day'

 
Could PIPs spell trouble for you? Publication date: 19.01.2011
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Just when you thought there was some sanity returning to the rules governing pension contributions, you now have to contend with PIPs. What are they and how might they affect tax relief on your pension contributions?
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More tax-free cash, and sooner Publication date: 12.05.2010
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More tax-free cash, and sooner.. Equal rights. The rules for pension schemes were aligned on April 6 2006, so-called “A” day. Since then, the maximum tax-free lump sum you can take is 25% of your fund, and the earliest age at which you can take it is 55. But prior to “A” day that wasn’t always the case. Extra benefits. Some company pension...
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Is pension recycling still possible? Publication date: 10.07.2009
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A friend has told you that as he’s 50 he can take a tax-free lump sum from his pension fund before the rules change next April. He says he’ll plough it straight back into a pension to get extra tax relief. This sounds too good to be true; is it?
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Protect your pension Publication date: 03.07.2008
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The FT is recommending you should act now to protect your pension pot from high tax charges. Does this apply to you, and if it does, what should you do?
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Before and after A-day Publication date: 10.02.2005
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On April 6, 2006 (A-day) the rules for making tax-free contributions to pension schemes change. What do you need to know now, from a tax point of view, to stay ahead of the game?
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