Neil MacGillivray: Almost six years on from pension freedoms

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Neil MacGillivray: "Since 2015, more than £37 billion has been withdrawn using the pension flexibilities - approximately 185,000 of your average-priced Lamborghinis."
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Neil MacGillivray: "Since 2015, more than £37 billion has been withdrawn using the pension flexibilities - approximately 185,000 of your average-priced Lamborghinis."

It has been almost six years since pension freedoms came into effect, writes Neil MacGillivray, and advisers' jobs are more important than ever

From the outset SIPPs were considered as a means of making it easier for people to manage their own pension arrangements. But their true potential in wealth management arguably took a further 26 years...

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