Pensions Priorities: law reform — DWP consults on changes to charges in workplace defined-contribution pension arrangements
The last edition of Pensions Pieces contained an article that referred to the Department for Work & Pensions’ (DWP’s) consultation on charges in relation to defined-contribution workplace pensions. That consultation sets out a number of proposals for how charges in relation to such schemes should be dealt with going forward…
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