Bulletin 34 featuring ‘the freedom of SSAS’ is now ready to read

Bulletin 34 is now ready to read, featuring Geoff Stait’s personal thoughts and comments on the freedom of SSAS, and:

  • The dangers of ‘Pension Liberation’
  • What to do if you are approached to ‘liberate’ your pension
  • The reduction in pension Lifetime Allowance and the new Lifetime Allowance Individual Protection regime

Apologies for this bulletin being published a little later than usual, which was down to us all being on holiday at different times. We hope you enjoyed your holidays and our bulletins will now resume their regular pattern of being published every 4 weeks or so.

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