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The longevity issue: Mapping the new retirement landscape

The freedoms offered to pension investors by Mr Osborne have been broadly welcomed by commentators and individual savers alike. But with these new found freedoms...
Sanity check: SIPP operator business risks uncovered

Election aftermath: What the Tory win means for pensions

The campaigning has been done, the votes cast and counted but as with the best thrillers there was an unexpected ending with the Conservative...

Three key predictions for workplace pensions

Workplace pensions is an ever developing area of the retirement market. My three key predictions are: The workplace pensions market will shift in focus to outcomes,...

IHT innovation: Pensions freedom brings new tax planning challenges

Following speculation that the inheritance tax (IHT) threshold would be hiked following the 2015 Budget, the government left it exactly where it was at...
Three golden rules: Key Retirement Solutions' new approach

UK long-dated credit ‘on the brink of extinction’ due to pension reforms

The government's pension reforms have driven long-dated sterling corporate bond issuance to the point of extinction, according to J.P. Morgan Asset Management's Andreas Michalitsianos.

RP Breakfast Briefing: Sustainability of income explained

Speaking a the third Retirement Planner breakfast briefing, in association with Prudential, senior pensions business development manager Stan Russell shared his insights into sustainability...

RP Breakfast Briefing: ‘Pensions freedom will be a minefield’

Prudential's Stan Russell discusses the fresh set of risks advisers face in light of pensions freedom and choice Speaking...

Guaranteed income: Why enhanced annuities are ‘hard to beat’

Annuities, especially enhanced annuities, will continue to play an important role in retirement planning and...

Pension Wise: What clients are going to get

Core to the government's strategy for pensions freedom post-6 April is the opportunity to get free 'guaranteed guidance', branded Pension Wise, for all those...

Death benefits: Mike Morrison explores potential pitfalls

Undoubtedly, one of the biggest changes to the pension rules has been the removal of the so-called ‘death tax' of 55% on crystallised funds. There...
 

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