Made to order

Jacobs, Richard
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p56
The article discusses the benefits and disadvantages of pension attachment order in Great Britain. The author relates that with this order, income would be produced immediately. However, the order would be ceased on the remarriage of the ex-spouse or on the death of a member and the lose of half of the husband's pension forever.


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