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Pensions - Articles - Budget pension plans likely to be a damp squibActuarial Post'If the Government is serious about unlocking more pension fund money to spend on infrastructure, this Budget announcement is likely to be a damp squib. The small print of the Budget says that all this amounts to is simply ... next April to soften the ...and more »
City A.M.Autumn Budget 2017: What are the new personal allowances?City A.M.And Steve Webb, director of policy at Royal London, said: "In April next year, millions of workers will be asked to put more money in their pension, and it is vital that they do not opt out as a result. The chancellor should have done more to support ...and more »
Evening StandardAutumn Budget 2017: Stamp duty axed for most first-time buyersMoneySavingExpert... and Northern Ireland – there's no change for buyers in Scotland. For more information on stamp duty, including an updated calculator for first-time buyers, see our Stamp Duty guide. Plus if you're thinking of buying soon, see our First-Time Buyers ...Budget 2017: first-time buyer stamp duty break 'misses the point'Telegraph.co.ukBudget: Stamp duty scrapped for first time buyers on property up to £300000The IndependentFirst-time buyer? Don't get too excited about today's announcementChannel 4 NewsEvening Standard -Citywire.co.uk -Mortgage Strategyall 2,156 news articles »
Express.co.ukWhat is the pension lifetime allowance and what changes were made in Budget 2017?Express.co.ukTHE BUDGET 2017 could cut the pension lifetime allowance in a bid to save the Treasury money. ... There are also concerns that Philip Hammond could reduce the pension annual allowance - the amount you can pay in without at tax charge each year.Pensions - Articles - Budget pension plans likely to be a damp squibActuarial Postall 11 news articles »
Express.co.ukWhat is pension tax relief and what changes are in Budget 2017?Express.co.ukThe Chancellor could be planning to cut pension allowances - the amount you can pay into your pension pot before facing a tax charge. Philip Hammond could cut the annual pension allowance - the annual limit that current stands at £40,000 for a majority ...Budget 2017 preparations: What it might mean for your personal financesThe IndependentHammond expected to 'attack higher earners by stealth'Telegraph.co.ukIs pension tax relief under threat?Hargreaves LansdownMoney Observer -ITV News -Capital.comall 1,299 news articles »
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