Tag Archives: income drawdown

Launching CDC into a bear market.


The paper below is one of two that models what happens when CDC hits bad markets. I guess this one could be likened to launching a lifeboat into a stormy sea. CDC makes headway – but it’s tough. Imagine you’d … Continue reading

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The markets are back but the damage is done.


There are those who thrive on the ups and downs of the stock market; high frequency traders take fractional advantage of moves up and down and like wind farms, make most when it’s stormy. You can buy and sell this … Continue reading

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Lassitude or laxitude – 100 days of pension freedoms


“Lassitude” or “Laxitude” – what’s your judgement on how we’re carrying on? Or is this all just fine? Lassitude is a “proper” word that describes a lazy behaviour resulting from world weariness, laxitude is a made up word that describes … Continue reading

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Pensions are yours to spend – but how do you get to the shops?


Ours to spend! If I were to give you £100,000 and tell you that that was to bide you over to the end of your life you might initially be excited – you might then become apprehensive and you might … Continue reading

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Looks like the cost of buying a pension’s just gone through the floor


Good news- one insurer has just slashed its pension prices to make income drawdown affordable for all. For years we’ve been told that income drawdown was too expensive a pension management system for all but the DC glitterati. The consensus … Continue reading

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