Scheme unlocks trapped funds and pays taxman

Bridgeman, Nathan
November 2009
Money Marketing;11/12/2009, p12
The article provides an overview on the features of the Accelerated Pension Withdrawal pension service in Great Britain. It states that the service allows clients to withdraw payments in excess of the normal limits imposed by HM Revenue. It adds that the scheme raises more tax revenue more quickly than HMRC would receive.


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