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Tony Wickenden: Rules of law on deeds of variation

At the end of my series on deeds of variation I would like to consider some of the relevant case law. The first is Lau v HMRC 2009. The case of Mrs Maynard Lau (the Executrix of Werner Lau Deceased) v HMRC [2009] Spc 0740 (18 March 2009) before the Special Commissioners illustrates the principle […]

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To help you to keep up with the fundamentals of tax, retirement and financial planning, try answering these questions.

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Martin Tilley: Words of warning on toxic transfers

The new pension freedoms are finally here and, as both national and trade press have reported, there is huge interest in the drawdown flexibility and more favourable treatment of funds remaining on death. Much of this interest will come from members of defined benefit schemes who previously enjoyed neither the flexibility of income nor, in […]

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What does value for money in a DC default look like?

Lorna Blyth – Head of Investment Solutions The phrase ‘value for money’ is fast becoming a favourite phrase of the pensions industry. The regulator sees ‘value for money’ as a key outcome for workplace pension members and as a result both providers and Independent Governance Committees (IGCs) are keen to evidence it. But what is it […]

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