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Burns Anderson chief executive Ian Parsons welcomes the cap increase as &#39a step in the right direction&#39 but says it remains to be seen if this increase is passed on to IFA professionals, therefore making the product more attractive to sell.
He says: “If the increase was passed on it would stand to reason that we would see a steady rise in the popularity of stakeholder, achieving the Government&#39s overall aim of encouraging the public to fund their retirement.”

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