Cross-border pensions fear

Ainsworth, David
August 2013
Third Sector;8/6/2013, Issue 764, p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the warning issued by Spence & Partners pensions specialist David Davison in 2013 that cross-border charities could be forced to close if Scotland becomes independent because it would trigger large pension debts.


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