Chris Read shares his thinking around the four stages of retirement income planning in his latest article for Retirement Planner
A virtual retirement income planning service, Chancery Lane, has been launched for clients with pots of more than £250,000.
Advisers have moved on from the traditional 4% rule when determining safe income drawdown withdrawal rates with a shift towards the use of modelling tools, research finds.
Nick Flynn explores FOMO - fear of the open market option - something he hopes will be overcome when the FCA implements its Consumer Duty measures...
As advisers place greater focus on managing income and cash flow modelling of higher-risk investments later in life, a centralised retirement proposition is becoming an increasingly attractive option, writes Tom Higgins