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As auto-enrolment minimum contributions are set to rise from 5% to 8% in April, new analysis show has shown the cost of opting out of a workplace pension scheme.
The CISI’s Financial Planning and wealth management members have responded positively to Government plans to introduce a pensions dashboard, but are worried about the costs.
Since 2015, the Insolvency Service has applied to the courts to wind-up 24 companies that have carried out a form of pension misuse.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has launched a new campaign urging younger workers to “Love Your Pension”, as part of the industry’s commitment to auto-enrolment.
O&M Pension Advice is to cease activities as an Introductory Pension Transfer Advisory service.
The Financial Conduct Authority last month identified a number of pension areas where ‘intervention’ may be necessary following the introduction of the pension freedoms in April 2015.
About 1.1million women are £32 worse off per week on average as a result of state pension age changes, the Institute for Fiscal Studies says.
A national IFA group fears that Treasury pension proposals will hurt the sick and redundant.
Workers quickly ditch plans to boost pension contributions when their salary goes up, neuroscientists have found.
The number of pension transfers out of DB scheme cases that were analysed by advisers and Paraplanners in 2016 rose significantly, research suggests.
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