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Pensions Law and Practice with Precedents
Pensions Law and Practice with Precedents
Number of volumes: 4
Practice Area:  Pensions Law & Practice
ISBN:  9780421791909
Last Release: Mar 2017 / Next Release: Nov 2017
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Calendar year
Format:  Looseleaf, CD-ROM
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As the leading authority offering expert advice supported with practical information on the law, administration and taxation of company and personal pension schemes, Pensions Law and Practice with Precedents:
  • Includes coverage of takeovers and mergers, surpluses, insolvency, dismissal, change of employment and divorce, providing workable solutions should difficulties arise
  • Covers how tax is applied to pension schemes in a self-contained chapter
  • Features a discussion of the impact of the EC
  • Examines the duties and obligations of employers, managers and trustees
  • Describes the powers available to companies and individuals to establish pension schemes
  • Deals with the rights of employees and beneficiaries
  • Explains the rules and regulations to which pension schemes must adhere
  • Maintains accuracy through the updating service to take account of changes and developments
  • Includes a selection of precedents

 

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