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Pensions Regulator fines first employers for breaches of automatic enrolment duties

The amount of enforcement action taken against employers for non-compliance with their automatic enrolment duties rose considerably in September, according to the Pensions Regulator, which has also recently issued its first fines for breaches. 29 Oct 2014

UK government challenged to prove pension reforms will not create tax avoidance "loophole"

The UK government has been asked to clarify exactly how much revenue it expects to lose as a result of workers aged over 55 using new pension flexibilities as a means of avoiding income tax. 24 Oct 2014

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False pensions guidance providers could be jailed under UK government proposals

Fraudsters found guilty of falsely claiming to be giving pensions guidance under the new regime which will come into force next year could be jailed for up to one year under plans put forward by the UK government. 22 Oct 2014

Post-2015 UK pensions landscape taking shape, says expert, as government publishes draft charges and governance regulations

Workplace pension schemes will be subject to new governance standards from April 2015 while member-borne charges will be capped, according to draft regulations published for consultation by the UK government. 20 Oct 2014

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