Positives from the Budget?

Jonathan Stapleton considers how the Budget will affect pensions

Jonathan Stapleton
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After Chancellor George Osborne cut the annual allowance to £40,000 and reduced the lifetime allowance to £1.25m as part of December's Autumn Statement, the industry was hoping for little change in the Budget.

Yet - while there were no sweeping changes to allowances - there were a number of announcements that could significantly affect workplace schemes. First, the Osborne confirmed the government the...

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