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A tax tribunal has overturned an unauthorised payment surcharge imposed on a financial adviser who transferred his pension savings to an ordinary bank account while he finalised the arrangements for a new pension scheme. 12 Sep 2016
FOCUS: Pension funds with huge deficits have been at the heart of two stories of struggling UK businesses in recent weeks. So what are the options for trustees whose job it is to ensure pensions get paid? 29 Jul 2016
A pension provider did not need to carry out additional due diligence before complying with a customer's request to transfer his savings to the now-insolvent Capita Oak scheme, the Pensions Ombudsman has ruled. 14 Jul 2016
The administrator of a self-invested personal pension (SIPP) scheme has successfully appealed sanction charges by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), after a tribunal found it "reasonably believed" that payments made from the scheme were not being used for pension... 12 Jul 2016
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