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Vahey, Rachel
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/10/2009, p36
In this article the author discusses the change in the rules of yearly pensions in Great Britain. She points out that pension savers will be prevented from contracting out of the state second pension with the use of personal pension or money-purchase occupational scheme beginning 2012. She also emphasizes that people will be obliged to automatically rejoin S2P.


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