Three quarters of pension savers have no 'pension will' in place

'Nomination saves time and angst'

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An up-to-date expression of wish form is held by the pension company, and in the event of a customer's death
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An up-to-date expression of wish form is held by the pension company, and in the event of a customer's death

Three quarters (72%) of the UK's pension savers have never completed an expression of wish form, which nominates beneficiaries in the event of their death, according to recent research from Canada Life.

Among those aged 55 and over, 71% say they have not completed one of these ‘pension wills', the data showed. An up-to-date expression of wish form is held by the pension company, and in the event of...

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