Central government pensions

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Central government pensions guidance:

Following two periods of consultation (the first in 2015 and the second in 2016), the government decided to: • cap the value of public sector exit payments to £95,000...

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Special provisions normally apply to ensure a minimum level of pension protection for employees whose employment compulsorily transfers from central government to private...

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TUPE and pensions Where there is a transfer of a public service from central government to a private sector contractor, special protections will normally apply in respect...

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FORTHCOMING DEVELOPMENT 1: The Pension Schemes Bill 2020 was reintroduced in Parliament on 7 January 2020. This 2020 Bill (which differs from its withdrawn 2019...

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Pension Schemes Act 2015 The Pension Schemes Act 2015 (PSA 2015) covers three main areas: • the new ‘defined ambition’ pensions • the provision of the ‘guidance...

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Statutory framework The Judicial Pension Scheme includes a number of judicial pension schemes. Historically, there were: • the Judicial Pension Scheme 1981 (JPS 1981)....

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What is the PCSPS? Up to 30 September 2002, the Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme (PCSPS) was the sole pension arrangement available in the civil service. Since 1...

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FORTHCOMING DEVELOPMENT: The Pensions Regulator (TPR) announced that it intends to review its codes of practice over the next year to reflect the Occupational Pension...

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