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Worried retirees have revealed their fears as the fourth anniversary of pension freedoms approaches.
It seems a long time since we had an annual allowance (AA) of £255,000. These days most pension savers are restricted to £40,000, but the money purchase annual allowance (MPAA) and the horribly complex tapered annual allowance (TAA) impose significant further restrictions for many. HMRC’s pension contribution statistics for 2016-17 tax year give us the first indication of the impact of the tapered annual allowance, and it’s not pretty.
The FCA began regulating the claims management industry from today. 
Savers could be short-changed by as much as £40,000 unless changes are made to the way auto-enrolment minimum contributions are calculated.
Mattioli Woods to expand SIPPs availability in Northern Ireland with £4m acquistion of Belfast-based SSAS Solutions.
7IM chief executive Tom Sheridan is to stand down with the firm announcing his replacement today.
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