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GMPs: to reconcile or not to reconcile? That is the question.

Topic:

Hot topic

Date published:

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Should pension trustees be asking their scheme administrator to undertake a reconciliation of GMPs now?

With the end of contracting out looming large for defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, and HMRC changes that will make it more difficult to query contracted out liabilities after April 2018, this is an issue facing many DB schemes.

This PSIT briefing note looks at the approaches being taken to GMP reconciliation and considers why it is necessary at all.

 

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