The government has delayed the launch of a secondary annuity market amid concerns about consumer protection, it has said in its Budget document out today.
In the detail of its Summer Budget the government wrote it will push back legislation allowing annuity holders to trade in their policies for a lump sum to 2017, to ensure a "robust package" is put in...
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