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Pension protection lump sum death benefit definition

What does Pension protection lump sum death benefit mean?

A lump sum benefit paid following the death of a scheme member of a registered pension scheme, who died before age 75 and was in receipt of a scheme pension under a defined benefits arrangement and which does not exceed the limits imposed through paragraph 14 of Schedule 29 to the Finance Act 2004.


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