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Are “Do it for me” pensions on the way?

When asked explicitly for their preference on what kind of support they would like their provider to have in place, the vast majority, 78%, wanted some sort of help from their provider to make their decisions; just 22% were confident … Continue reading

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Self-help – Can you “DIY pensions”?

“The instruction manual is missing” – the first thing my partner said when she opened her new smartphone, I’d kindly donated her for Christmas. I was close to having a Michael Winner moment. “That’s because you learn how to do … Continue reading

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The RDR has scotch’d the snake not killed it!

the FSA has “scotched the snake not killed it”. Continue reading

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Pensions DIY

We know our limits and though we may worry about our jobbing builders, we’d rather blame them when things go wrong than blame ourselves. Continue reading

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NEST For the self employed?

The “pensions landscape” ,as the FSA calls it, looks as barren for traditional financial advisers as a first wold war battlefield.

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