Fiona Tait looks at the government's plan to introduce 'no fault' divorces and says while the option will making splitting up easier for some, dividing pension assets should not be rushed
George Houston believes, as an industry, we are making progress on scam prevention and protection. Here he outlines why clients themselves need more help in spotting the offers that are 'too good to be true'
A handful of industry heavyweights have begun trialling a so-called 'mid-life MOT', with positive initial results reported by all those involved. Hannah Godfrey finds out more...
Laura Suter looks at the suitability of investment trusts for retirement income and asks if there is a platform problem blocking adviser's use...
Not only could the lack of a set pattern for retirement help clients in important ways, writes Kerry Nelson, it is also...
The average annual pension withdrawal rate jumped more than one percentage point between 2016/17 and 2017/18, writes Tom Ellis.
Bernadette Lewis casts her technical eye over drawdown and mental capacity. Here, she outlines what could happen should clients suffer from conditions such as dementia in older age
A record £2.3bn was withdrawn from pensions under Freedom and Choice in the second quarter of this year, reports James Phillips.
It's time for advisers to look more seriously at blending drawdown and annuity income as retirement needs change and income guarantee requirements compete with the desire for exposure to higher growth asset classes, writes Adrian Boulding
There is no certainty what the autumn Budget might bring for pensions but, writes Jason Hollands, it would be naïve to think any changes will make them more attractive than they currently are for higher-rate taxpayers