The DWP wants to know the IFAs' top five concerns for the future of the pensions industry, so we need to gather your feedback.
There are a whole host of issues to be addressed when assessing what the future of pension provision should be, and how to get people saving for the long-term.
As financial intermediaries, you can offer informed opinion to help the debate, so tell us what your top five concerns for the future of pensions are and we will collect together all your responses and pass them on to the representatives of the DWP.
You may not change government policy but your views might help to influence it, so here are a few thoughts you might want consider when selecting your Top 5 concerns for the future of pensions:
This is just a taster of the concerns you may have, but send them through and we’ll make sure they are communicated.
This is a serious request for feedback, and the DWP genuinely wants to hear from you.
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