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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has postponed its decision on whether to ban contingent charging on defined benefit (DB) transfers by up to six months.
Lane Clark & Peacock partner Steve Webb has called on theTtreasury to relax rules which could act as a barrier to people aiming to rebuild their pension pots when the Covid-19 crisis is over.
Ex-pensions minister Ros Altmann has called for pension transfers to be suspended for six months in wake of market turmoil caused by the coronavirus.
Almost £1m of coronavirus-related fraud has been reported to Action Fraud, according to the national crime and fraud reporting centre.
The government has said it will “do whatever it takes” to support businesses through the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis, leading to speculation that there could be a short-term change in auto-enrolment (AE) policy.
Savers with less than a decade to go until retirement have a reasonable timeframe ahead for their pension to recover from the market instability caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus, according to Unbiased.
The government has postponed changes to IR35 tax rules until 2021 to relieve the pressure on businesses during the coronavirus crisis, just a week after the Budget confirmed they would go ahead.