What tax rules apply to pensions? What tax relief is available? What tax charges can arise? What planning opportunities are there?

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Hi, the point under "trivial commutation and small pots"..

Under the "small pots" bullet point it says

"These rules allow individuals to take up to 3 small pension pots of up to £10,000 as a lump sum without being subject to a reduced annual...

Hi, the point under "trivial commutation and small pots"..

Under the "small pots" bullet point it says

"These rules allow individuals to take up to 3 small pension pots of up to £10,000 as a lump sum without being subject to a reduced annual allowance of £10,000".

Under the "trivial comutation" bullet point it is silent on the matter of whether taking a £30k lump sum will be subject to a reduced annual allowance of £10k or not...could you please clarify in this article,

Thanks.

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