The Money Advice Service (MAS) directory of retirement advisers will shortly include a display of adviser fees and charges to help consumers compare and contrast, following a delay, its chief executive Caroline Rookes has said.
Rookes (pictured) said the service had made it a priority to include fees and charges in a "simple and consistent" manner so consumers can shop around for an adviser. The option is considered a "very...
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