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Andy Raynor predicts pensions tax advice surge

Government changes to the pensions regime will drive activity in RSM Tenon's tax arm

RSM TENON’S chief executive has predicted a rise in demand for tax advice on the back of the government’s pensions tax clampdown.

Andy Raynor said the changes to the pensions regime coming in next year will spur  activity as people structure their tax affairs and investments.

“New opportunities have arisen from government announcements and changes to legislation,” he told the Yorkshire Post.

“These changes will encourage further activity towards the second half of the year within taxation and investment planning.”

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