Aon urges review of death in service provision

Kristian Brunt-Seymour
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Aon urges review of death in service provision

Employers must address the impact on death in service benefits following lifetime allowance (LTA) and pension protection changes according to Aon Employee Benefits.

A survey of 1,162 Aon clients showed 205 out of 448 employers with 100 or more employees had made an active assessment of the death in service implications of this latest legislation. It found most...

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