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Pensions minister Ros Altmann has pledged to ‘clear up’ confusion over the new state pension.
Product provider Standard Life has put together ten pointers for advisers highlighting the immediate risks and opportunities in the wake of the retirement reforms introduced in April.
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NEST, the auto-enrolment defined contribution (DC) pension scheme, has launched a retirement income strategy blueprint for its members.
Elaine Turtle comments on the FCA cap ad rules and her continued concerns about commercial property classification
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) is considering launching a qualification for product providers' staff who are likely to deal with at-retirement customers.
More people than ever are saving for retirement with 56% of the population now putting ‘adequate’ amounts aside each month, Scottish Widows research has found.
Hargreaves Lansdown has launched a low-cost retirement planning service aimed at filling the advice gap between Pension Wise and regulated financial advice.
Insurer LV= is trialling a pension passport scheme in place of traditional retirement wake-up packs to boost client engagement.
Advisers should encourage clients to regularly review their wills, writes Tony Mudd. Here he outlines ten key points which could prompt clients into action
Mike Morrison looks back at 25 years of pension changes and outlines what to expect from the 8 July Budget
NEST’s Helen Dean believes auto-enrolment for small and micro employers provides ‘golden opportunities’ for IFAs. But are advisers ready to seize the moment?
Mandatory advice on pension freedom cases with guaranteed annuity rates worth more than £30,000 should be scrapped and replaced with a ‘customer control’ mechanism delivered through the Pension Wise service, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has said.
Can anyone really ever live too long? Simon Chinnery explores the risk longevity poses to retirees and opportunities it presents to workplace advisers
Frank Field has been elected as chairman of the House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee.
Andrew Tully assesses the first three months since the pensions freedom big bang and asks if we're on the road to 'retirement utopia'
The government is to examine whether savers looking to take advantage of the pension 'freedoms' introduced in April face "excessive" early exit charges.
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