A deal to integrate independent financial adviser Sixty Plus into Bower Retirement Services has fallen through, just under a month after it was first announced. Bower revealed plans to recruit Sixty Plus’ seven staff in mid-March, with managing director David Wright joining to serve as an adviser. However, Bower has now confirmed that the deal […]
PI insurers are considering exclusions for insistent DB to DC transfers, Money Marketing understands.
According to a business associate of mine (and someone considering his own retirement options) “the sands have shifted since the pensions freedoms were announced”. Now they are here, he believes most rational people will work out the cash option is not that attractive considering the tax implications and the problem of where to reinvest it. […]
The idea of “insistent clients” conjures up the notion that long-standing clients will somehow morph into unruly teenagers who won’t do what they are told. Clearly that is not the case. But neither are advisers jumping the gun here. Advisers are right to be agitated about the lack of clear regulatory guidance about how to […]
Steve Webb examines auto enrolment so far and explains the impact of the upcoming statutory phasing increases on your clients. Since the autumn of 2012, employers and advisers up and down the land have been engaged in a huge programme to get millions of workers started on saving for their retirement. Over the last five […]
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