"Tolley's Pensions Law" is a comprehensive looseleaf volume written by a team of legal and tax experts in the pensions field. It provides clear information on the complexities of pensions law in the UK, and gives authoritative guidance and explanations on all types of work-based, personal and state pension provision, including occupational pensions, personal pensions, investment-regulated pension schemes, employer-financed retirement benefits schemes, Personal Accounts, stakeholder pensions and public sector schemes. References to cases and statutes are given, and the Digest of Pensions Cases provides a useful overview of the most important case law in this area. For ease of reference, the chapters are grouped under the following Parts: Part A - Types of Pension Provision; Part B - Establishing an Occupational Scheme; Part C - Contracting Out; Part D - Membership and Benefits; Part E - Trustees and Actuaries; Part F - Amending a Scheme; Part G - The Scheme Fund: Investments, Assets, Funding and Surplus; Part H - Transfers and Winding-Up; Part I - Overseas Aspects; Part J - Disputes and Cases; Part K - Scottish Pensions; and, Part L - Pensions Institutions.
This service includes six pensions booklets a year which provide a quick reference source on topical or difficult subjects, such as the Special Annual Allowance.show more