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Pension tax relief will be cut to pay for the NHS, Philip Hammond is expected to announce in the Budget.

Last week the Chancellor gave his strongest suggestion to date that he will raise taxes to fund the Government’s £20billion funding boost for the health service.

This will include stripping back the benefits from tax-free pension contributions, a senior Treasury source told the Daily Telegraph.

The cost of pensions tax relief to the Treasury is £39billion a year, according to the latest official figures. The source said this amount has been considered to high not to be used to fund the NHS pledge.

Pension contributions benefit from relief paid at the saver’s highest rate of income tax. For...

Pension tax relief will be cut to pay for the NHS, Philip Hammond is expected to announce in the Budget.

Last week the Chancellor gave his strongest suggestion to date that he will raise taxes to fund the Government’s £20billion funding boost for the health service.

This will include stripping back the benefits from tax-free pension contributions, a senior Treasury source told the Daily Telegraph.

The cost of pensions tax relief to the Treasury is £39billion a year, according to the latest official figures. The source said this amount has been considered to high not to be used to fund the NHS pledge.

Pension contributions benefit from relief paid at the saver’s highest rate of income tax. For...

Pension tax relief will be cut to pay for the NHS, Philip Hammond is expected to announce in the Budget.

Last week the Chancellor gave his strongest suggestion to date that he will raise taxes to fund the Government’s £20billion funding boost for the health service.

This will include stripping back the benefits from tax-free pension contributions, a senior Treasury source told the Daily Telegraph.

The cost of pensions tax relief to the Treasury is £39billion a year, according to the latest official figures. The source said this amount has been considered to high not to be used to fund the NHS pledge.

Pension contributions benefit from relief paid at the saver’s highest rate of income tax. For...

Pension tax relief will be cut to pay for the NHS, Philip Hammond is expected to announce in the Budget.

Last week the Chancellor gave his strongest suggestion to date that he will raise taxes to fund the Government’s £20billion funding boost for the health service.

This will include stripping back the benefits from tax-free pension contributions, a senior Treasury source told the Daily Telegraph.

The cost of pensions tax relief to the Treasury is £39billion a year, according to the latest official figures. The source said this amount has been considered to high not to be used to fund the NHS pledge.

Pension contributions benefit from relief paid at the saver’s highest rate of income tax. For...