- Re-employment and the employer’s duty to inform employees about pension tax rules
- Original news
- What was Mr Cherry's complaint?
- What did the Pensions Ombudsman decide and why?
- Is the PO's determination consistent with previous determination regarding the provision of information?
- Reconciling Cherry and Ramsey
- What does the determination mean for employers, pension schemes and their advisers and what actions should they be taking?
Pensions analysis: Has the Pensions Ombudsman set a precedent for a wider duty on employers regarding information about pension tax rules? Elaine O’Neill, solicitor at Macfarlanes LLP London, examines the decision in Mr Cherry’s complaint, and what the determination means for employers, pension schemes, and advisers.
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