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''Pensions.''  
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1. ''Pensions.''  
The rules of many occupational pension schemes permit an element of pension entitlement to be commuted to a lump sum on retirement.  These payments may not be liable to tax.
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The rules of many occupational pension schemes permit an element of pension entitlement to be commuted to a lump sum on retirement.   
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These payments may not be liable to tax.
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More broadly, any single larger payment in exchange for - or as an alternative to - a series of smaller periodic payments.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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* [[Annuity]]
 
* [[Commutation]]
 
* [[Commutation]]
 
 

Latest revision as of 22:01, 14 November 2016

1. Pensions.

The rules of many occupational pension schemes permit an element of pension entitlement to be commuted to a lump sum on retirement.

These payments may not be liable to tax.


2.

More broadly, any single larger payment in exchange for - or as an alternative to - a series of smaller periodic payments.


See also