Justin Corliss explores a set of circumstances where switching drawdown contracts may result in better client outcomes
Chris Jones imagines a remote island scenario through the prysm of retirement planning in his latest article for RP
As the new tax year begins Jon Yarker talks to advisers about the challenges clients may face, including dealing with the 'stealth tax' measures from this year's Budget...
Jessica List assesses the early days of investment pathways for non-advised drawdown investors
An “intrinsically biased” pension system, the gender pay gap, and the disadvantage caused to women’s savings by career breaks is continuing to cause “stark gender disparity” in retirement wealth, Barnett Waddingham says.
We are all well aware of some of the harsh economic realities that will be part of the ‘new normal’ that emerges in the months ahead but how the pandemic is likely to impact DB pension members is perhaps less well-known, writes Christine Hallett
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published guidance on advising defined benefit (DB) transfers and has reiterated its stance that it is best savers do not transfer out of final salary pension schemes.
Many of us feel we need to come together again around the office coffee machine as post-pandemic hybrid working looms, writes Chris Read
An industry co-ordination group has been established to take forward the recommendations of the Department for Work and Pensions’ (DWP) small pension pots working group.
Jessica List looks at the possible charges on death benefits linked to the lifetime allowance in the latest RP case study