What are the new flexible retirement options?

Crawford, Robert
September 2014
Employee Benefits;9/30/2014, p6
The article discusses various changes brought in the pension plans in 2014 Budget by Great Britain's Chancellor George Osborne. It includes pensions will be more flexible, employees can take their pension value in lump sum, pension seeker will receive complete guidance on the new options and defined contribution (DC) pension schemes will provide more savings.


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