Sales of ‘money-back’ guaranteed annuities accounted for more than one in ten (15%) of plans sold by Canada Life in the past...
Advised platforms risk losing assets over a lack of pension income options, writes Andy Boniface
A virtual retirement income planning service, Chancery Lane, has been launched for clients with pots of more than £250,000.
Advisers have moved on from the traditional 4% rule when determining safe income drawdown withdrawal rates with a shift towards the use of modelling tools, research finds.
Nick Flynn explores FOMO - fear of the open market option - something he hopes will be overcome when the FCA implements its Consumer Duty measures...
Chris Jones looks at determinism in the future of retirement planning. And music legend Tom Jones. Which is not unusual...
Enter now: Gold Standard Awards 2021 open for DFMs and financial advisers
As advisers place greater focus on managing income and cash flow modelling of higher-risk investments later in life, a centralised retirement proposition is becoming an increasingly attractive option, writes Tom Higgins
The value destruction of a savers’ pension at the point of retirement is “huge” and personalised guidance is vital to prevent members knocking out years of savings, according to industry experts.
RP and PA are pleased to announce that nominations for the 2021 Women in Financial Advice Awards are now open.