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Tax Incentives for Pension Saving: a Report by Pensions Policy Institute for Age Concern England (PDF)
Pensions Policy InstituteLink to more items from this source
Oct. 12, 2004
44 pages. Excerpt: The UK has a history of private pension provision, supported by a system of tax relief and incentives. But is the current system working? Despite significant annual expenditure on incentives, and apparent success in building up a large stock of pension fund assets, there is still said to be a 'savings gap.' This brief paper is intended as a starting point for further debate on savings incentives in the UK, and to raise questions that could be considered in further research.

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