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Advisers blast ‘crazy’ Pension Wise ad ban

Advisers have lambasted “crazy” Government rules which have led to the withdrawal of TV advertising for Pension Wise in the months surrounding pension freedoms. The service was set up to provide guidance to customers unsure of their options under the new rules, which came into force this week. But advisers have warned that strict limits […]

Ian McKenna: Treading the fine line between good and bad robo advice

At the beginning of the month, Nick and Martin Bamford caused amusement around the industry by announcing the launch of Informed Choice’s robo-adviser as an April Fools prank. What many in the industry might find scary, however, is that they are not too far away from the truth. The emergence of real robo-advisers is, in […]

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Careers Brief: Learning on the move

Advisers studying for professional exams often find it difficult to find the time to revise, keep up their day job and maintain some sort of home life. For some it makes sense to study on the move, making full use of time that would otherwise be wasted, such as the train journey home or on […]

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Election 2015: What are the key manifesto pledges affecting advisers?

With the general election now only weeks away, Money Marketing assesses the manifesto pledges affecting advisers and their clients. Tax While cracking down on tax evasion and aggressive avoidance has proved popular territory for all the major parties, several are also seeking to ameliorate the tax loads of voters. The Conservatives have promised to raise […]

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