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11/30/2004: U.K. to Give Employers a Tax Break for Providing Pension Advice (Business Insurance; free registration required)
Excerpt: The U.K. government has announced a tax exemption for employers that pay for their employees to receive independent advice on pension savings. Paymaster General Dawn Primarolo last week announced that the employers who give their employees access to pension advice would qualify for the exemption if the advice is generally available to all employees and costs less than £150 ($284) per employee per year. The new rules will come into force on Dec. 14.
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