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New QROPS rules published by HMRC in error

From Retirement Mar 14 2012 BY: Simon Danaher , Online Editor , International Adviser

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HM Revenue & Customs today inadvertently published the final guidance notes on the new regulations for Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pensions Schemes.

The new rules, due to take affect from the 6 April this year, were due to be published around the date of the Budget which will be held next week on the 21 March. However, they were unintentionally published for a short time on the HMRC website.

A source close to HMRC said an internal error led to it being published briefly.

A copy of the guidance notes can be viewed here...

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James Alexander

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Posted by James Alexander
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on Mar 14 2012 @ 17:22


How does a major Government body manage to 'inadvertantly' publish new legislation, which happens to be picked up by the media ? Anyway - good article !





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