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Telegraph.co.ukPension lump sums: don't take yours while Brexit is wreaking havocTelegraph.co.uk“They are prompted to act only when they receive a letter from their pension provider telling them they are now able to take the money,” he said. The danger is that people who automatically encash 25pc of their pot could be doing so at a point when ...
Should I shift my pension for a bigger retirement income?Yahoo Finance UKEvery possible advantage should be grabbed, and making sure the money you have put away is working as hard as possible is key. This may require moving money from one scheme to another for better terms. Here's our checklist for transferring pensions to ...and more »
This is MoneyShould I shift my pension for a bigger retirement income?Telegraph.co.uk... another for better terms. Here's our checklist for transferring pensions to get the most from your savings. ... of the scheme. A government service helps track down old pensions (gov.uk/find-pensioncontact-details), including those attached to ...How to protect your pension: As stock markets yo-yo and annuity rates tumble... there are still ways to profit from ...This is Moneyall 9 news articles »
Your front line of defence against investment fraudUnbiased (blog)A persuasive request came in, apparently from an advice firm in Canada, asking for a UK adviser to sign off urgently on a pension transfer for their client. It may have been a genuine enquiry, but the Unbiased adviser who responded (Alan Chan) did not ...
This is MoneyHow to protect your pension: As stock markets yo-yo and annuity rates tumble... there are still ways to profit from ...This is MoneyA legal loophole lets unscrupulous firms set up in a country where watchdogs are less exacting than those in the UK — then flog risky investments, mortgages and loans to British customers online or by phone. Customers do not have the protection of the ...and more »
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