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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

Detail of UK pension reforms emerges as Taxation of Pensions Bill published

Legal changes that will allow defined contribution (DC) pension savers to access their savings more flexibly have moved one step closer following the publication of the laws for debate by the UK parliament. 15 Oct 2014

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UK government to abolish 'death taxes' on unused pension savings

Defined contribution (DC) pension savers will be able to pass on any unused pension funds to a nominated beneficiary when they die without those funds being subject to a 55% tax charge, the UK's chancellor of the exchequer has announced. 30 Sep 2014

UK Labour Party's plans for tax avoidance "crackdown" could have unintended consequences, experts say

Anti-tax avoidance measures that would be introduced by the Labour Party if it was elected to form a government at next year's general election would introduce more uncertainty and complexity to the UK's tax system, according to tax experts at Pinsent Masons,... 25 Sep 2014

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Expertise in Private Wealth Tax

High and Ultra high net worth individuals, non UK domiciled indviduals, shareholders and their trustees and family foundations all need to be able to manage their tax affairs to best effect for their businesses, their families and themselves.

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