Pension tax reforms could boost middle earners’ pension pots by 20 per cent

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  Substantial losses for high earners likely to be behind Chancellor’s pre-Budget postponement Radical pension reforms could significantly boost the pension savings of the majority of earners, but at the cost of substantial losses to high earners and major disruption to the industry. These costs are likely to have led to the Chancellor backing off … Continued

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Share of self-employed workers saving into a pension has fallen by almost two-thirds in last decade

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Two in five of those without staff say they can’t afford to save for their retirement The proportion of self-employed workers saving into a personal pension scheme has fallen by 65 per cent in the last decade, according to a new report published today (Tuesday) by the Resolution Foundation. The report on the retirement incomes … Continued

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