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These articles relate to the following Aviva product lines: retirement products.
Pension issues for a divorcing couple, calculation of values and the opportunities to work with other professionals.
In this article we compare the tax benefits of an ISA and Pension.
A review of the reduction in the lifetime allowance from 6 April 2016 and the protections available.
A review of how continued membership, or joining a new, death in service scheme can impact on clients applying for fixed protection 2016.
A review of when accessing pension benefits will impact on means tested benefits.
An overview of the options available to a member of a UK personal pension scheme when they leave the UK
Points to consider for clients intending to transfer their UK pension benefits overseas
A look at the possible tax charges attached to an overseas transfer of UK pension benefits
Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS) and Qualifying Non-UK Pension Schemes (QNUPS) are overseas pension schemes
In this article we will look at the overseas transfer charge introduced by the UK government on 8 March 2017 and how this may affect your clients.
A useful piece of tax planning, combined with pension contributions
An overview of salary exchange arrangements, looking at the positive effects these may have on tax and pension savings
Considering the salary exchange planning opportunities for those earning over £100,000
This bulletin looks at who will pay the SRIT, how it is paid, and how pensions tax relief will operate.
A recap of S32s and GMP and the considerations for transferring
Details of the new tapered annual allowance announced in the Summer Budget 2015
A look at the changes to the taxation of pension death benefits from 6 April 2015 and a tax planning opportunity.
Planning opportunities to maximise death benefits for future generations.
Pension death benefit planning keeping death benefits out of your client's and their spouse's estates
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