Will Sunak axe pension tax relief?

Rumour has it plans to limit pension tax relief to the basic rate of 20 per cent are being considered for the upcoming Budget


IFS calls for end to 'ludicrous’ pension taxes

​The independent economic research organisation said although cutting pensions tax relief for high earners would bring in more than £11bn, it would go against one of Boris Johnson’s election pledges.


Pension tax relief

What now for government plans on spending with an untested Chancellor? Peter McGahan explains what it could mean for taxpayers.


Brexit could hit pension pots of UK expats

The 25 per cent tax charge on transfers to a qualifying recognised overseas pension schemes (Qrops) was introduced to stop people from exploiting tax loopholes when transferring pension funds out of the UK to avoid UK tax.