Two-fifths of over-55s 'unfairly' on £4,000 pension contribution danger line

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Two-fifths of working over-55-year old prospective retirees are unaware of Money Purchase Annual Allowance (MPAA) restrictions despite many flexibly accessing their pensions in past 12 months, according to new research by Canada Life, which is calling for the MPAA to be scrapped. The Canada Life survey of working adults over 55 found that more than one in ten (14%) have flexibly accessed their pension over the last year. However, two fifths of all respondents are unaware of any restrict...

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