Expats may be better bypassing commission-heavy investment vehicles in favour of platforms when setting up a qualified recognised overseas pension scheme, according to AES International.
Choosing the right platform will not increase the exit value of an IFA firm, says Money Portal group head of strategy and distribution Alan Easter.
Lloyds Banking Group could be required to sell Scottish Widows or Clerical Medical due to its receipt of state aid if the European Commission forces a restructuring.
Industry experts say savers need to revise their retirement expectations to avoid disappointment in the level of income provided by personal accounts.
It can be difficult for employees to control their spending habits, in fact they may not realise that they have bad habits at all.
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