- A minimum level of income to be needed to be secured within a pension fund (so an entire pension fund could not be accessed completely as cash).
- Limiting the ability to leave the pension fund completely tax free to beneficiaries.
- Further limit to tax relief on pension contributions potentially to a flat rate tax relief of 30%.
- Removal of tax free cash from a pension.
- Merger of pensions and ISAs into one tax wrapper called a LISA (Life Time ISA).
At this time, it would appear the favourite for a change would be limiting of tax relief on pension contributions. But some, all or more options may be considered. Watch this space...
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