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Life fund consolidator Phoenix Life has widened its partnership with Just Retirement to allow clients access to the government's new pension freedoms and simplified advice.
Standard Life is urging advisers to review their clients’ legacy personal pensions to avoid their beneficiaries being forced to buy an annuity when they inherit the pots and avoid potential future negligence claims.
There has been a sharp rise in demand for financial advice over the past 12 months, according to accountants, who claimed people have become more aware of pensions and inheritance tax planning.
An adviser has criticised Scottish Widows for "appalling" customer service for forcing a client to wait two months to take his tax free lump sum from his pension.
Rory Percival has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at the Retirement Planner Forum and Awards on 17 June.
The Pensions Ombudsman (PO) has dismissed complaints against Legal and General (L&G) and Scottish Widows after they granted transfer requests worth over £50,000 to a suspicious pension scheme.
Retirement planning firm Intelligent Pensions has launched a pension transfer service for advisers wanting to help their clients transfer out of defined benefit (DB) schemes.
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Retirement specialist Just Retirement has partnered with wealth management technology firm GBST to power its new platform for retirement savings to be launched in the coming month.
Regardless of who is in power after the general election, higher earners are going to see their pension contributions taxed more heavily, according to analysis.
A third of people who have already purchased an annuity intend to keep it despite government promises they can sell their right to the income for cash, according to a poll of 1,800 retirees.
Eliminating "hidden" pension charges will be a target for the Scottish National Party (SNP) following next month's general election, it has pledged in its manifesto.
The Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA) has called on the regulator to issue clear guidelines on adviser liability when handling pension transfers involving 'insistent' clients.
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