The spring budget announced massive changes to the lifetime allowance (LTA).
Traditionally, pension benefits in excess of the LTA could be subject to additional tax charges. It has been announced that these charges will be abolished.
Although these charges are being abolished, there will still be restrictions on the amount of tax-free cash anyone can take from their pension. Under current proposals, tax-free cash entitlement will be limited to the lower of 25% of the pension pot or £268,275.
As the changes will not start to come into place until 6th April 2023, anyone who is planning to retire prior to that date should definitely reconsider their options and take professional financial advice.
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Information correct as at 15/03/23.
A pension is a long-term investment. The fund value can fluctuate and go down. All information is based on Farrell Financial Planning’s understanding of UK law & HMRC practice in the UK. Tax and legislation are subject to change.