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Threesixty to host post A-Day pension seminars

threesixty is staging a series of seminars over the next month on pensions in the post-A Day world.

In the next series of their key issues seminars, speakers will look at how pension simplification and recent events have raised a number of fundamental advice issues that IFAs need to understand.

The seminars will cover post-A Day reviews, trust to contract arrangements, FSAVCs, and retirement annuities.

They will also look at pre-retirement issues, tax relief and post-retirement issues, including vesting protected benefits and taking benefits in stages, with a look at the impact on the lifetime allowance, tax-free cash and recycling.

The seminars will start at 9.30am for coffee for 10am and will finish around 1pm with a light lunch. IFAs can reserve a place at the seminars by emailing seminars@threesixtyservices.co.uk

Venues and dates for the seminars include: Leeds and Watford (19 February); Belfast and Southampton (23 February); Stirling and Croydon (26 February); Edinburgh (now fully booked – a waiting list is now in operation) and Bristol (27 February); Derby (28 February); Birmingham (1 March); and Manchester and Norwich (2 March).

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