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When you’re 64… buy the state pension! (girls buy even earlier!)

  I chaired and spoke at a number of retirement income seminars last month – you may have been at one. While I was encouraged by the engagement and education of the audience in financial products, I was frustrated by the scope … Continue reading

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The value of the triple-lock,

No doubt there will be many commentators who will sneer at this promise of Cameron’s. I will not be one of them. Continue reading

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Why bother to save? – Invest instead!

What this policy is about is getting people to invest in real assets for the best interests in society Continue reading

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About that pensions pile-up down the road…

Watching literally hundreds of thousands of people doing this every year in the last five has been like watching the biggest motorway pile-up Britain has ever seen! Continue reading

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How to buy a pension

Buying your pension is one if not the biggest financial decisions you will take (or have taken). It’s fearfully difficult and most people take it with little help and – worse-information. Almost everyone is going to have to do it and that so … Continue reading

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