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Technical Short: Personal Pensions in Personal Insolvency

We look at whose rights take priority and when; whether a Trustee is ever entitled to the proceeds of a pension; and in what circumstances any element of an over-funded personal pension could be recovered by an IP.

Description

Having looked at employer pensions in a previous webinar, in this One Hour Series we turn our attention to personal pensions, and how we deal with them in personal insolvency.  We look at whose rights take priority and when; whether a Trustee is ever entitled to the proceeds of a pension; and in what circumstances any element of an over-funded personal pension could be recovered by an IP.

CPD Learning Outcomes

  • Types of personal pensions
  • Rights of an individual to draw down their pension
  • Tax implications of drawing down
  • Vesting of pensions in bankruptcy
  • Pensions in IVAs
  • Rights of Trustee to challenge over-funding
  • Practical issues when giving debt advice

Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for experienced staff looking for an update in this area as well as anyone looking for an introduction to the issue of personal pensions in personal insolvency. 

Cost

£50 + VAT per person

Webinar fee includes electronic version of course documentation.

50% reduction for every third one hour session you book.

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