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In this week's poll we asked: Are you currently advising clients on what they can do as the lifetime allowance drops at the end of this tax year?
Retirement Planner's round-up of the top pension stories this week.
People are ‘waking up' to the reality of living longer and the effect it might have on their retirement income, research suggests.
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As many as 26% of people approaching the age of 50 have no pension or retirement savings, according to research published today.
Women expect to receive an average of £3,000 less in joint retirement income than men, according to research from Prudential.
Defined ambition proposals could open the door to more flexible drawdown as master trusts provide both accumulation and decumulation vehicles, The Pensions Regulator says.
Lawyers and accountants are increasingly looking to make professional connections with advisory firms according to a high profile financial adviser.
Women are twice as likely as men to be unsure what their main source of income will be in retirement, according to research from Prudential.
Up to 90,000 employers would be forced to review their defined contribution (DC) schemes if a charge cap was introduced, according to a government impact assessment.
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