September 2005
Employee Benefits;Sep2005, p14
Focuses on the legislation timeline in Great Britain. Creation of Pension Act 2004 by the Pension Protection Fund; Modification of the Finance Act 2005 by the Department of Work and Pensions; Implementation of FRS 17.


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