LONDON Oct 6 British insurer Legal & General chief executive Nigel Wilson on Tuesday called for a flat UK pension tax rate of 20 percent, in response to a government consultation on pension taxation.
Wilson said in a statement that L&G would like to see 20 percent relief on tax at the point at which savers put money aside for a pension, with taxation at the 20 percent flat rate when they withdraw the pension.
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