Professional AdviserLater life employment hits 32-year highProfessional AdviserHe added: "There are signs that people are waking up to the new era of pension personal responsibility, but unfortunately there's still a way to go until people in work right across the UK are adequately engaged with their savings, and on a path that ...
Money MarketingTom Kean: Prepare yourselves for the final salary time bombMoney MarketingWhere is the sense in the FCA regulating group personal pensions and TPR “regulating” master trusts when both are trying to achieve the same thing? The consumer does not care who does it, as long as they are protected. But with master trusts, they are not.and more »
FT AdviserHow to make clients think about long-term careFT AdviserJoanna Fowler, head of product for Saga Personal Finance, says: “The product which most closely aligns to pre-funding is the currently available whole-of-life policy, which can trigger an early benefit payment if the activities of daily living (walking ...and more »
The Guardian (blog)Corbyn can stay on Labour leadership ballot, court rules - Politics liveThe Guardian (blog)He says the UK and France have a unique relationship, going back centuries. He says he and ... The Treasury has revealed that 232,000 people have taken advantage of new pension freedom introduced last year giving them flexible access to their pension ...and more »
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