Published by : Workplace Savings & Benefits
George Osborne pulled a rabbit out of the Budget hat last month with a number of surprise pension announcements.
While some announcements were buried further in the detail of the Chancellor's document, this year's Budget announcement was certainly not shy of its fair share of changes and amendments within the benefits and pensions space.
Hannah Uttley provides WSB's round-up of the key announcements from Osborne's budget that will have the biggest effect on HR professionals, finance directors and employee benefits providers.
Published:09 May 2014
Business Area: Pensions
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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