Solving the self-employed problem

November 2016
Money Marketing;11/24/2016, p35
The author discusses the management of decline in pension coverage among the self-employed people in Great Britain. Topics include the pension scheme membership for the self-employed, the proposed Lifetime Individual Savings Account (Isa) program by the government, and the lack of knowledge about the tax advantages of pensions among the self-employed.


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