Pension Regulations

Professional service and advice
for your pension plans

The pension market changed radically in April 2006, with the advent of Pensions Simplification. Since then, however, matters have become much more complicated.  At Wentworth we can provide experitise and advice.

The annual allowance is the amount which can be invested in pensions each year without a tax charge being levied.  For most people the annual allowance is £40,000 per annum but the annual allowance is reduced for higher paid individuals; the calculation is complicated but Wentworth can advise on each member's allowance and also on the facility to pay additional amounts for the unused annual allowance from previous years.  There is also an overall limit, currently £1million, which an individual can accrue in pension benefits without an additional tax charge.  It can be costly to exceed the lifetime allowance and so it is important that individuals take advice.

 

Wentworth Employee Benefits can advise on the impact that ever-changing pension regulations will have on an individuals' retirement plans, particularly in respect of tax-free cash entitlement and ‘protection' of the fund from taxation, where necessary.

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