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MPs on the Works and Pensions Committee have voted to investigate contingent charging on pension transfers but some in the industry are sceptical about the benefits of such a move.

The UK public expects the age at which they are entitled to receive the State Pension to increase to 70, a new survey has found.
Dame Colette Bowe, a former chief executive of the UK’s top financial regulator, and Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia, former chief executive of Virgin Money, have been appointed to the powerful Financial Policy Committee.
A survey of 700 DIY investors has revealed a raft of concerns from pension tax relief to ISAs.
The State Pension is 110 years’ old this week but an increasingly ageing population could spell future uncertainty according to experts.
New research from The Nottingham Building Society has revealed that 39% of retired people in the UK claim that they are having the best time of their lives since they stopped working.
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