PPF confirms levy determination for 2022/23

The lifeboat fund has also revised its levy estimate down to £390m

Holly Roach
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The levy it collects from levy payers sees a reduction of £130m
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The levy it collects from levy payers sees a reduction of £130m

The Pensions Protection Fund (PPF) has confirmed its final levy rules for 2022/23 and revised its levy estimate down to £390m.

The lifeboat fund's final levy rules include a new measure added to protect the minority of schemes whose levy would otherwise increase significantly. The firm's policy statement - published tod...

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