There are fresh warnings today of a Budget set to raid pensions tax relief, as the government faces a “triple whammy” of revenue shortfalls.
Royal London director of policy, and a former pensions minister, Steve Webb, has warned that Chancellor Philip Hammond is likely to turn to pensions tax relief again, as a way of raising revenue for the Treasury
Staff at 50 of the largest and most well-known universities are to be balloted on strike action over plans to move university employees to a defined contribution scheme
Employers are being urged to read HM Revenue and Customs’ finalised guidance on VAT on pension scheme costs, as they may be able to maximise the VAT they can recover
PMI president Robert Branagh talks about the Budget rumours circulating the industry and the wishes of the Pensions Management Institute