Penny Cogher scrutinises the government's wide ranging changes
to pensions and offers guidance on what they mean

In the world of pensions, this year's budget was seen as the most radical for a generation. Broadly, the government aims to relax the pension rules which currently stipulate that benefits payable from a defined contribution (money purchase) scheme, like a group personal pension or a SIPP, must be provided in the form of a pension, a lifetime annuity, or a restrictive

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