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I can’t help but feel a bit cheated when I am sat in the office on Budget day waiting for some surprise pensions announcement by the Chancellor and there is not only no surprise, but the word pension is only mentioned twice in the whole speech.

One thing that makes my blood boil is the blame SIPPs get every time there is a release of information on complaints.
It’s that time of year again when pension savings statements are being issued. They should have been issued by 6 October following the end of the relevant tax year, so will be sent out about now for the 2016/17 tax year.

SIPP and platform provider James Hay has seen revenues drop by £1.4m, in disappointing results for the first half of the year.
Pension scams come in many guises and cold calling is just one unwelcome activity that can easily target the vulnerable and lonely. 

I went into a meeting for only a couple of hours and come out to find out that for many the state pension age will be 68 rather than 67 as they were expecting, for me however there is no change – well not yet anyway.
An Australian-based Financial Planning technology platform provider has bought an English Sipp provider.
Sipp and SSAS provider Charles Stanley wants to be the “UK’s leading wealth manager” by 2020 and will launch a separate Financial Planning arm as part of this strategy.
The total property wealth of over-55s in England will double to almost £2.5trillion by 2035, according to research by Age Partnership, a retirement income specialist.
Sipp provider Westerby and investment manager Quilter Cheviot are teaming up to run technical seminars for advisers on SSASs and long term Financial Planning.
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