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Tolley's Guide to Pensions Tax Simplification


ISBN13: 9780754529477
ISBN: 0754529479
Published: April 2006
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



April 6th 2006 is "A-Day" - when the Government's simplified regime for pensions taxation will come into full effect. Seeing the eight existing tax regimes for pensions reduced into one will have a significant impact on everyone in the field, including employers, company executives, tax planners, and all concerned with executive compensation.

Written by a highly regarded and respected author in this field, Tolley’s Guide to Pensions Tax Simplification provides authoritative yet concise guidance on the implications of the new regime and is essential reading for pension scheme managers and administrators, pensions lawyers, tax planners, financial advisers and accountants.

Fully explaining the changes brought about by the new legislation, the book covers all aspects of the affected areas including benefits, tax relief and contributions, plus a comprehensive, practical explanation of all the new reporting and registration procedures.

Tolley's Guide to Pensions Tax Simplification is the only guide available that cuts through the complexity of the new legislation ensuring that you are fully prepared for the changes following "A-Day".

Subjects:
Pensions Law, Taxation
Contents:
1. Pre and Post A-Day Considerations;
2. Benefits;
3. Tax relievable allowances;
4. Membership and Contributions;
5. Investments and Actuarial Considerations;
6. Protection for existing rights;
7. Taxation;
8. Reporting, disclosure and Registration;
9. Transfers and overseas matters;
10. Non-registered/unapproved schemes;
Appendices