Jamie Smith: Advice essential for pandemic-panicked retirement savers

Market turmoil erodes trust

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Jamie Smith is a partner at Foster Denovo
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Jamie Smith is a partner at Foster Denovo

As we know, it is a dangerous game trying to time the markets but quality advice should mean clients' retirement goals are less likely to be disrupted due to coronavirus, writes Jamie Smith

Before the current pandemic hit, we undertook research into the retirement trends of consumers, asking questions around how and when people would like to retire as well as what their main retirement concerns...

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