Roy Thompson assesses the impact of upcoming changes to tax relief on the lifetime allowance for pensions
The lifetime allowance was introduced in April 2006 (A-Day) as part of the government's objective for a fair and sustainable pension system. The aim was to put a cap on the value of total pension benefits that would be treated beneficially for tax.
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