The new rules outlined by chancellor George Osborne after the abolition of the 55 per cent tax on pension funds on the death of a family member
Chancellor George Osborne's plans to get rid of the pensions punitive 55 per cent 'death tax' levied on the remains of a pension after the death
Pension pots will no longer be subject to a death tax if they are passed on to the next of kin when the pension saver dies, chancellor George Osborne has announced.
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