Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted the UK will not pay the £1.7bn demanded by the European Union by next month.
Corporate Adviser editor John Greenwood clashed with pensions minister Steve Webb.
UK told to make payment in weeks due to its better than expected economic performance.
Trade body says customers of retirement products should be asked the same questions and aware of the same risks.
There are some serious issues involving annuities at the moment and they deserve serious discussion.
The Treasury is full of praise for the organisations it has chosen to deliver the guidance guarantee - with one notable omission.
Osborne has made things worse with his vague promises of guidance to support the pension reforms next year
I am increasingly feeling like the boy in Hans Christian Andersen’s Emperor’s New Clothes.
Regulation 14ZB of the Taxation of Pensions Bill could unhinge Chancellor George Osborne’s Budget retirement revolution.
Advisers need to rebuild trust to counter the “car crash” of low guidance take-up.
Providers may be forced to run group sessions to keep costs down, say experts.
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Political parties are considering big reforms of stamp duty and wealth taxes.
Brokers argue that the uncertainty around a currency split and mortgage lending should have been a main feature of the No campaign
Advisers and providers believe the Government’s long-term care guidelines are too broad and don’t do enough to aid self-funders.
Brokers expect to see an autumn upturn in remortgage approvals but urge lenders and borrowers to assess the situation now.