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Is DB vanishing more quickly than we think?

The closure of defined benefit (DB) schemes has been a feature of the UK pension landscape for several years. However, recent research from KPMG...

Client wills: Ten important questions advisers should be asking

The Law Society has found that 60% of the population currently doesn't have a will. No doubt some clients will fall into that category and...

FOS reveals rise of UCIS advice reviews

The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has warned an increasing number of advised clients are reviewing...

Tech averse advisers risk ‘losing pension freedom market share’

There has never been a better time to be in financial advice, but IFAs who fail to embrace technology will lose out to more...

Live long and prosper? Longevity risk and the role of advice

Most of the working population looks forward to the day they can retire, whether it's to finally take up that hobby they never had...

Revealed: Retirement Planner Awards 2015 winners

Five outstanding retirement advice firms were honoured at the Retirement Planner Awards 2015.

Pension transfer rules: Everything advisers need to know

PS15/12 was published on the 8 June, two months after the introduction of the pension reforms and the requirement for all those transferring out...

Steve Webb confirmed as Retirement Planner Forum keynote

Former pensions minister Steve Webb will make a keynote speech at the upcoming Retirement Planner...

Regulator consults on widening SIPP ‘standard assets’ list

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is consulting on widening the definition of 'standard assets' for...

‘Potentially devastating’: Pound cost ravaging in decumulation

The freedom to manage your own income throughout retirement, as those over 55 can now do, comes with welcome flexibility but also massive challenges. One...
 

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