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The downside of pension freedom: Over-55s moving retirement funds to current accounts, where value is likely to dwindle - This is Money

This is MoneyThe downside of pension freedom: Over-55s moving retirement funds to current accounts, where value is likely to dwindleThis is MoneyFidelity carried out its research in early March among 504 UK adults aged 55-plus. This was not a nationally representative sample, but instead targeted the 3 per cent who ... Maike Currie, investment director at Fidelity Personal Investing, believes ...and more »21-04-2017

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The downside of pension freedom: Over-55s moving retirement funds to current accounts, where value is likely to dwindle
This is Money
Fidelity carried out its research in early March among 504 UK adults aged 55-plus. This was not a nationally representative sample, but instead targeted the 3 per cent who ... Maike Currie, investment director at Fidelity Personal Investing, believes ...

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