Individual Pension Accounts provide small pension investors with a flexible savings plan. The success of the scheme, however, could be hindered by a lack of Government and pensions specialist action
On 6 April this year, Statutory Instrument 2001/0117 introduced the individual pension account (IPA), which has the potential to offer far greater flexibility to the smaller pension investor and continue...
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