Here’s a round-up of five key retirement and advice stories from the past week...
The next government’s policy on pension tax relief is the biggest worry to advisers ahead of the general election, a survey has found.
The pensions freedoms gives consumers more choice with what they do with their savings than ever before, but the industry's response must not be a flurry of new products, according to Axa Wealth's David Thompson.
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Pensions freedom sounds like a boon for financial planners but giving advice has never been more risky, writes Brett Williams
European banking regulations look set to hit SIPP investors’ cash interest rates even harder this year. Jenna Towler gauges provider reaction
Sheriar Bradbury talks to Jenna Towler about how pensions freedom has altered his firm’s acquisition strategy and swelled new business volumes
Everybody’s talking about income funds but are they really the best way for retirees to benefit from pension freedoms? Nicola Brittain finds out
Fraudsters targeting retirement pots through liberation or bogus transfers will take advantage of pensions freedom to target an even greater number of savers, Phoenix has warned.
The baby boom generation looks set to sleep walk into retirement as 40% have yet to begin saving into a pension, research shows.
Pension scheme members are three times more likely to be approached about accessing their pots since the Budget freedoms were announced, according to research.
Complaints about pensions dealt with by the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) have fallen markedly year on year, figures show, with the impending changes to legislation cited as a possible explanation for the drop.
Richard Nuttall assesses the impact of the government’s pension guidance project, Pension Wise
In this week’s RP Poll we ask readers whether commission should be brought back in a limited form…
Providers have shown interest in plans to allow people to unwind their annuities, according to pensions minister Steve Webb.
Pensions minister Steve Webb has floated plans to allow providers to bulk transfer members from legacy schemes to more cost efficient models.
The new Pension Wise service is being tested ahead of launch to ensure it meets any potential demand surges, according to pensions minister Steve Webb.
Architas and technology firm BirthStar have launched seven retail funds that follow an age-based strategy more commonly associated with default auto-enrolment (AE) pension funds.
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