In this week's Retirement Planner news round-up we highlight five key stories you might have missed over the past seven days.
The promise of guidance at retirement "does not go far enough" and a new form of retirement-focused advice must be created by the regulator, according to Royal London.
Partnership has launched an enhanced annuity which guarantees income for life but also gives retirees the chance to change their mind after 12 months.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering ways it can make it clearer to consumers when they are buying products on a non-advised basis online, as more web-based advice solutions are developed.
The spectre of pension liberation still haunts the SSAS market but positive change is on the horizon according to Rowanmoor's Mark Lisle.
Pensions communications are failing to break down complicated issues for savers, leaving more than a quarter clueless about how much they have accumulated, research from Capita Employee Benefits suggests.
Tech stock concerns
DB and a lack of alignment
Encouraging better use of tech
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