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The AMPS Committee's response to the consultation was issued on 15th February. A copy can be viewed via the link below. Though the consultation's two questions were of narrow focus, the AMPS response sought to consider them by reference to the broader context of the continuing restriction of pension tax relief;Pension scams consultation
16th Feb 2017 4:27 pm
The AMPS Committee's response to the HM Treasury/DWP consultation on pension scams has been completed and submitted. The consultation was of particular interest to AMPS, given its reference to SSAS and pensioneer trustees. It gave good opportunity to restate the importance of SSAS in UK pension provision, and to write inMaking Retirement Choices Clear
14th Feb 2017 9:58 am
The ABI has published a language guide for communicating pension freedoms with the aim of simplifying pension jargon.
6th Dec 2016 11:56 am
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