It is now five years since then-Chancellor George Osborne unveiled his plan for pension 'freedom and choice' so how have things panned out? Stephen Lowe highlights a mixed picture with plenty of work still be done
Five years ago this week, then-Chancellor George Osborne unveiled his plan for pension ‘freedom and choice'. Since the policy was implemented a year later, pension savers aged from 55 have had greater...
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