Five things your clients will call you about this week



It's our round-up of the stories your clients may have read in the national newspapers over the weekend...

Lost pensions An estimated £3bn lies in unclaimed occupational and personal pension funds, the Mail on Sunday reported, and it seems many people are beginning to realise just how much they might be losing out on. Among the tips for readers was to contact the government's Pension Tracing Service, while pooling all the separate pots into one SIPP was suggested as a way of giving a clearer picture of retirement savings. Shelter from the storm The news from eurozone doesn't seem to be getting any better and, with all the volatility around, the Sunday Telegraph sought to give readers an i...

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