Only 10% exploring retirement options turning to Pension Wise

'There's a service out there not being used by people who could do with expert guidance'

Just one in ten people exploring their options in retirement has considered turning to Pension Wise, according to research from the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF).

The findings, revealed at the NAPF Conference 2015, come from research carried out by the organisation into how people were responding to the retirement flexibilities introduced in April. The research...

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