Labour plans new taxes on your family home and your pension – and he and Balls would like to tax death too.
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Three of his priorities are jobs, housing and retirement. Our three are homes, jobs and savings.
How the deficit is to be reduced matters far, far more than how it is calculated.
There was also a shout-out for his annuity changes.
Bearing down on free bus passes, the winter fuel allowance and free TV licences might be symbolic – but it’s also important.
Some members of the Tory family think the Chancellor isn’t part of it. But the Autumn Statement showed that no-one is working harder for its future.
The Government should return to allowing contracting out of the public system in return for a rebate on national insurance contributions.
Eight proposals to reform the system.
Now people have more freedom over their pension, they need more information, ministers argue.
Change should move in the direction of creating a more coherent system rather than even more complexity.
Mark Hoban MP: Pensions tax relief should reward those on lower incomes who do the right thing by saving
The Government needs to build on the Chancellor’s budget announcement with a new digital advice service – and restructured tax relief.
The Lib Dem Minister’s Lamborghini defence of Osborne’s pensions plan was a reminder of his contribution to the Coalition.
It seems George Osborne has been paying attention to our Homes, Jobs and Savings campaign.
The sweeping breadth of reform being championed by Conservative MPs is now so commonplace that it is hardly remarked upon in the newspapers.
From November 2018, the state pension age should be increased two months every quarter.