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Blog: ‘Restrictive and prejudicial’ lifetime allowance must go

Now that we have a clear Conservative majority, albeit a small one, what are the likely implications for the government's pensions policy in the...

Six magic auto-enrolment questions advisers should be asking

Employers approaching advisers for guidance on implementing an auto-enrolment solution should be a perfectly straightforward equation. Employers need help - and, importantly, increasingly know they...

SimplyBiz: Advisers should not be forced to fund Pension Wise

Financial advisers should not be asked to help fund Pension Wise, the government's retirement guidance...

Why pensions will (and must) never be like bank accounts

In this exclusive video debate, Scottish Widows pensions expert Robert...

PFS warns on ‘rising danger’ of unregulated financial activity

The danger of consumers falling into non-regulated financial advice is increasing and the government must...

Auto-enrolment is about to get personal

As we approach the early swell of SMEs staging for auto-enrolment, I want to highlight a few surprises in store for your clients, and...

Ros Altmann hopeful on ‘secondary’ market for annuitants

Ros Altmann, the new pensions minister, has told annuitants she...

Guidance mistaken for advice ‘devalues the real thing’

The potential for savers taking free financial guidance to mistake it for advice is real...

Ros Altmann must establish ‘grand vision for saving’

New pensions minister Ros Altmann must continue with the package of bold reforms that her...

Auto-enrolment: Escalating non-compliance fines start to bite

As predicted by many commentators, the number of employers fined by The Pensions Regulator for auto-enrolment failures has accelerated over the past six months. Some...
 

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Advisers must adapt to over 60s’ complex needs as retiree market...

The retirement advice market must shift its focus from the ‘typical’ retiree it has served in the past as clients experiences become more complex and fragmented, according to analysis from Canada Life.