Industry backs Government's rethink over post-75 tax relief

December 2014
Money Marketing;12/11/2014, Issue 1465, p24
The article reports on the move of the British government as of December 2014 to drop plans to extend tax relief to pension contributions made by people over the age of 75 as part of the 2015 March Budget. Topics include the plan of the government to explore whether the tax rules should be amended or abolished, the lack of support received by the government consultation for extending tax relief, and the need to re-examine the issue as part of a review of the tax relief system.


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