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We need to simplify our pension affairs

We are told that pensions are complex. We are told that we need advice to manage our retirement finances. We are warned hat we could be scammed if we don’t. Is it any wonder that people look at their retirement … Continue reading

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“There’s opportunity in complexity”

This, believe it or not, is the new strap-line for State Street Global Adviser’s  push into the UK DC market with their target dated funds which are – it seems – reassuringly complex. To boot There are two ways of … Continue reading

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Is increasing complexity making pension saving harder ? – guest blog by Ralph Frank.

The most conclusive finding of a recent survey by PwC into pensions taxation was not even related to the respondents’ views on the central question of the survey (namely, the most appealing tax scenario for their pension)! Sixty percent of … Continue reading

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