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Merger pressures for small DC schemes and a rumoured Treasury ‘tax raid’

Hope William-Smith
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The best of PP's news from 21-25 June, 2021.
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The best of PP's news from 21-25 June, 2021.

This week’s top stories included the government calling for small defined contribution schemes to “justify their continued existence” while rumours circulated that HM Treasury has planned a ”tax raid” for autumn.

1) Government seeks merger of £5bn DC schemes Defined contribution schemes with less than £100m in assets will be required to "justify their continued existence", with schemes of up to £5bn in assets...

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