PA Debate Result: 75% say retirees will not make informed retirement plans

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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.

Meanwhile, just 25% of you agree with The Pension Advisory Service's chief executive Michelle Cracknell, who had said that with access to guidance, retirees would make informed decisions. The debate...

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