The Money Advice Service has made a £500,000 provision in its 2018/19 budget for work related to moving to the new single financial guidance body. In the business plan, published this week, MAS says the £500,000 will “fund transition projects and professional and legal fees to support the transfer of staff, information, knowledge, processes, assets […]
There is no doubt software tools have improved our efficiency as advisers. But are we over-reliant on these tools and are they fit for the job? Despite protestations from manufacturers of robo-advice platforms, software does not give advice. It requires a human to translate the output of the tool. Indeed, that same human is uniquely […]
Providers could be left disappointed in their efforts to build their own pension dashboards to support the Government’s initiative as discussions continue over the future of the service. As first reported by Money Marketing, the Department for Work and Pensions took control of the project from the Treasury in October as the Government and industry […]
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