Don’t forget pension benefits

If a company has offered no pension benefits, then there is no pension issue when it comes to winding up. But, given the fact that most companies offer at least some form of pension, this can significantly muddy the waters in the event of insolvency,

21st February, 2009

If a company has offered no pension benefits, then there is no pension issue when it comes to winding up. But, given the fact that most companies offer at least some form of pension, this can significantly muddy the waters in the event of insolvency, because there is an entirely different element within that process which needs to be looked at both separately and as part of the whole.

Of course, pension funds will be...

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