The second-hand annuity market may fail to develop and even if it does many people will struggle to make well-informed decisions, think thank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) suggests.
The IFS said it is concerned the government's intention to allow people to sell their annuities from next April will not create a "new utopia" for the UK's five million annuitants. IFS researcher Gemma...
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