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Guidance surrounding changes to and access to pensions and retirement after Brexit are still being confirmed. For the latest potential changes, follow the links below.
If you’re concerned about how a no-deal Brexit could affect your private pension, State Pension or annuity, The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS, part of the government-backed Money and Pensions Service) has developed a series of frequently asked questions both for residents of the UK and EU. If you have any pension-related questions, The Pensions Advisory Service provides a free helpline 0800 011 3797 and webchat service on its website.
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