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At the end of the first PA debate, Yellowtail Financial Planning’s managing director Dennis Hall emerged as the clear winner as 75% of you agree that retirees could not be trusted to make their own retirement planning decisions.
As we enter the final day of The PA Debate 75% of you agree with Yellowtail’s Dennis Hall that we cannot expect retirees to make informed financial decisions.
The PA Debate into whether retirees can be expected to make informed retirement decisions has entered the fourth day with closing arguments now available online...
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At the end of day one of The Professional Adviser Debate readers voted overwhelmingly against the motion that retirees can be expected to make informed decisions following the recent Budget changes.
Providers should be forced to deliver the guidance guarantee if they are to do the right thing by their customers, says Fidelity’s head of retirement insight Alan Higham.
The Financial Conduct Authority has revealed it is 'mindful' of industry feedback on the treatment of commercial property as a non-standard asset for self-invested personal pensions (SIPP) capital adequacy in the forthcoming regulation.
The death of annuities is premature but the lifetime allowance on pensions must be scrapped, delegates heard at the Association of Member-Directed Pension Schemes (AMPS)'s annual conference.
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