National IFA 2plan won't offer small pot drawdown advice

Professional Adviser | 03 Mar 2015 | 08:15 | Income

Advisers should shy away from clients eager to cash in their pension pots and bear in mind annuities are “still key to the advice process” for pots worth £30,000 to £100,000, said 2plan chief executive Chris Smallwood.


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