There is too much red tape in pensions, says industry

Kim Kaveh
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Respondents agree there is too much legislation in pensions
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Respondents agree there is too much legislation in pensions

Nine in ten respondents said around 160,000 pages of legislation is too much

This week's 100 respondents also answered questions on the likelihood that UK will reach a Brexit deal and avoid a ‘no deal' scenario by 29 March 2019, whether the government should abolish the Lif...

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