People could lose their entitlement to means-tested benefits if they spend their pension pots after taking advantage of pensions freedom, the government has warned.
Alistair Wilson is surprised some platforms won’t offer full pensions flexibility. Here he runs through the biggest factors advisers need to consider post-6 April
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MPs have criticised the regulator's handling of last year's media blunder around an upcoming closed book review, saying it had been a "major self-inflicted distraction" and "created a false market in life insurance shares".
An exasperated Friends Life pension customer is taking his case to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) after what he said is a decade of poor service from the life company.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has made it a requirement for firms to rank their annuity products against their peers and simplify the information they give to consumers in the form of wake-up packs.
There is no such thing as an ‘average retiree’, writes Duncan Robertson. Relying on general assumptions in key areas such as life expectancy cannot work for clients
George Osborne should have used the Budget to scrap the lifetime allowance altogether, writes Neil MacGillivray
Dentons Holdings group, which includes Dentons Pensions Management, has launched a legal arm specialising in property and conveyancing.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to review the suitability of retirement advice following the pension ‘freedoms' set to be introduced next month.
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Cervello Financial Planning director Chris Daems outlines the professional impact of pensions freedom.
The regulator has encouraged people to seek independent financial advice if approached about investing their pension, as it warned of a rise in investment scamming ahead of the pensions freedom coming into force in April.
Two ex-directors of failed adviser TailorMade Independent (TMI) - the main distributor of £400m troubled unregulated property scheme Harlequin - have been banned and fined by the regulator for not assessing the suitability of clients' investments made through self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs), the method most commonly used to invest in Harlequin.
John Fox is so sick of politicians messing about with pensions he wants to hand over control to the Bank of England
Pensions freedom has already sparked increased interest in DB transfers, but advisers may not always think it's the best move. Carmen Reichman finds out how to deal with clients who won't take no for an answer
Speaking at Retirement Planner's second breakfast briefing for advisers, Prudential's Les Cameron fleshed out the pension versus ISA debate
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