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R&SA warns of budget threat to potentially tax exempt transfers

Royal & SunAlliance is warning that the Government may close in on potentially tax exempt transfers in next month&#39s budget.


The life office says that &#34all the indications are that key officials are now working on inheritance tax issues&#34.


R&SA technical services consultant Brendan Harper says: &#34There is an extremely strong likelihood that the Government will abolish PETs.&#34


&#34It would be reckless not to take forestalling action in the remaining pre-budget days and weeks – provided of course that one has been planning to act.&#34

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Guide: how to… communicate with your pension members

Effective communication of your pension scheme is a large part of getting auto-enrolment right. Delivering the same message to all employees is not necessarily the way to go. To assist you with the communication of your pension scheme, we have provided some key areas to think about, such as:

  • What to consider when segmenting your workforce
  • How to communicate to pension scheme members at the right time in their member lifecycle
  • What topics you should be discussing with your pension members
  • The new pension freedoms and the importance of communicating them

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