Government consults on 'sticking plaster' NHS pension reforms

James Phillips
Government consults on 'sticking plaster' NHS pension reforms

The government has launched a consultation on amending the contribution rules of the NHS Pension Scheme in a bid to mitigate the possibility of members hitting tax allowances.

The proposed 50:50 option will allow scheme members to halve their pension contributions in exchange for halving the rate of pension growth, thereby slowing the growth in their pot and avoiding the...

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