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Pensions & SIPPs

Take steps to beat the money-purchase allowance cut

By Emma Agyemang , 24 February 2017

From April 2017 you will only be able to pay £4,000 a year into a pension after you have started taking an income from it

Take steps to beat the money-purchase allowance cut

Have you paid too much for pension freedom?

If you've made use of pension freedoms you might need to reclaim overpaid tax

SIPPs  

Minimise your tax before the financial year ends

Shelter your investments from tax and make the most of your tax-free allowances before the end of the financial year

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