The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) and Money Advice Service (MAS) have hit back at critics of their involvement in delivering the government's pensions 'guidance guarantee', saying they are confident they can scale up to meet demand.
The organisations, which have been tasked by the government to deliver free impartial guidance to all at point of retirement, said they are already planning around different scenarios to work out the best...
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