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Pension reforms from a tax perspective

Martin Portnoy, tax partner, EY, discusses the tax implications of the 2015 Pension Reforms.

Ernst & Young – Video 1

How significant are the pension reforms of April 2015?

Ernst & Young – Video 2

Withdrawing more than 25% of a pension pot after April 2015.

Ernst & Young – Video 3

How might clients be negating any tax benefits?

Ernst & Young – Video 4

Could the pension reforms encourage larger withdrawals to be made?

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