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Pensions & SIPPs

How the latest plans for pension reforms affect you

By Katie Morley , 23 July 2014

If you're close to retirement then you need to be up to speed on the government's plans for its radical pension reforms. More details were announced this week.

How the latest plans for pension reforms affect you

Autumn statement: Isas and pensions get tax boost on death

The chancellor has paved the way for Isas and pensions to be left to loved ones without punitive tax.


Weird and wonderful Sipp investments

Saving towards retirement doesn't need to be a dreary affair, limited to funds or direct shares - there is a world of investment options, from football pitches to forestry

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