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A run of recent decisions shows the "increasingly pragmatic approach" that the courts in England are adopting when faced with applications to fix mistakes in pension scheme deeds, an expert has said. 09 Feb 2016
The eligibility of peripatetic workers for automatic enrolment onto workplace pension schemes in Great Britain depends on where the worker is based and not on what is set out in the worker's contract, the High Court has said. 15 Jan 2016
The High Court has taken the unusual step of publishing a short judgment which sets out how pension scheme trustees can use an administrative procedure to correct errors in the scheme rules in a cost effective way. 15 Jan 2016
Money advanced in the form of a "loan" to the member of a so-called 'pension liberation' scheme was a "payment" for the purposes of the tax rules, and therefore subject to a 40% income tax charge and additional surcharge, a tax tribunal has ruled. 13 Jan 2016
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