Labour should reverse the pension freedoms announced in the Budget 2014 if it wins the general election in May, a leftist think-tank has said.
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Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM) has launched a multi-asset flexible drawdown product in a bid to help fill the void created by the Budget freedoms.
The government should pay for the guidance guarantee’s first year of operation instead of charging the industry through a levy, according to MGM Advantage.
Wake-up packs for people approaching retirement should be scrapped in favour of a simple pensions passport to help make it easier to shop around, Hargreaves Lansdown has said.
Guidance guarantee levy plans will hit advisers ‘disproportionately’ hard and in turn increase costs for consumers, according to the Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA).
Aegon has launched a High Income fund intended to help investors take advantage of pension freedoms coming announced in the Budget.
Two recent Financial Ombudsman decisions are crucial reading for the SIPP industry. Fiona Murphy looks at the issues.
Fiona Murphy examines The Pension Ombudsman’s delays to decisions on pension liberation fraud and wider concerns about how liberation could shift.
In this week's quick-fire poll we ask: Should pension providers who withdraw from or fail to participate in auto-enrolment be fined?
Advisers have overcome the biggest hurdles they were confronted with as a result of the Retail Distribution Review (RDR), according to a poll, with the number reporting they are still in "survival mode" having halved.
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Royal Bank of Scotland could be forced to plug a £5.6bn deficit in its pensions scheme if Scotland votes Yes on Thursday.
Confusion about changes to pension rules will drive a huge surge in demand for pensions advice, according to a FundsNetwork adviser poll.
The Chancellor’s pension reforms will see over-55s take out a total of about £5bn from their pension pots after the rules change in April next year, an actuarial firm predicts.
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