AMPS wants new law to clarify drawdown tax

McMiIIan, Paul
June 2010
Money Marketing;6/17/2010, p2
The article reports on the call of the Association of Member-Directed Pension Scheme (AMPS) to HM Revenue & Customs to conduct legislative changes on income drawdown transfers in Great Britain.


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