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New legislation has come into force which requires the majority of UK-resident trusts to be registered with the Trust Registration Service by 1 September 2022. If you are a trustee, you may need to register the trust you act for with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) using the government’s online Trust Registration Service (TRS).
In this world of ours very little stands still. The same can be said for the pensions landscape. As high earners are faced with even more restrictions and potential pitfalls, it is vital to understand the rules and seek specialist wealth planning advice. Luckily, there are plenty of tax-efficient options available to high earners wanting to save for retirement.
Pension rule changes and financial planning might not be that exciting a topic – but, let’s face it, we are all mere mortals who are getting older and living older. This stark reality means we need to plan for a long retirement as effectively as we can. And we need to make sure our pension pots are as full of coin as they can possibly be. But how can we best plan for the future?
There is a limit to how much you can save into your pension tax-free over your lifetime, known as the lifetime allowance (LTA). It’s been controversial because the government has steadily reduced the limit down from £1.8m in 2012 to its current level of £1,073,100.
In this article we talk about how to maximise your personal pension tax relief, check your unused pension allowance and follow the pension carry forward rules.
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Investment involves risk and you may not get back what you invest. It’s not suitable for everyone.
Investment involves risk and is not suitable for everyone.