Govt to scrutinise early exit charges under pensions freedom

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The government is to examine whether savers looking to take advantage of the pension 'freedoms' introduced in April face "excessive" early exit charges.

A consultation set to be published next month will look into whether high exit fees are being charged to individuals seeking to access their pots "and if so options to deal with them", the Chancellor George...

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