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If your pensions allowance is still tapered consider VCTs

If your pensions allowance is still tapered consider VCTs

In the recent Budget, the government raised the thresholds at which the annual pensions allowance starts to taper back. This means that, from April, those earning up to £200,000 can claim tax relief on up to £40,000 invested in a pension each year, and only those with an adjusted income of over £240,000 will have their allowance tapered back.

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