Revenue to issue top-up product guidelines

The Revenue Commissioners will appoint companies over the next month to provide the new pension top-up product announced in this year’s Finance Bill.

29th April, 2006

The Revenue Commissioners will appoint companies over the next month to provide the new pension top-up product announced in this year’s Finance Bill.

Brian Cowen, Minister for Finance, announced last February that the government would pay €1 for every €3 of SSIA savings invested in a pension, subject to a maximum government contribution of €2,500.

As the first SSIAs are due to mature at the end of next month, Revenue must authorise companies...

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