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UK government: "complex" same-sex survivor benefit issues require further consideration

It would cost the UK public sector around £2.9 billion and private sector £400 million to "reduce or eliminate" the remaining differences between survivor benefits for heterosexual married couples and those in same-sex civil partnerships, according to a government... 30 Jun 2014

UK pensions industry facing three times as much regulation as six years ago, according to survey

UK pension providers, trustees and employers had to digest three times as many regulatory consultations and announcements last year than they did six years ago, according to analysis by Financial News. 18 Jun 2014

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High-profile UK pension reforms have diverted attention from "significant" new HMRC anti-liberation powers, says expert

"Significant" new powers to tackle illegal pension 'liberation' given to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) at this year's Budget have slipped in "under the radar" during an "exciting new dawn" for pensions, an expert has said. 05 Jun 2014

Queen's speech confirms introduction of "radical" pension reforms including collective arrangements

Two pieces of legislation announced as part of this year's Queen's speech will introduce "radical reforms" to UK pensions, including the ability of pension savers to pool their resources into "innovative" collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes, according... 04 Jun 2014

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