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Out of Context: “With respect, your questions are…to some degree intrusive.”

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“With respect, your questions are…to some degree intrusive.”

Equity Release council communications manager Denise Beedell responds to a list of questions from an MM hack.

“So you are having to tell people how rubbish they are?”

Syndaxi Chartered Financial Planners managing director Robert Reid’s alternative approach to ‘performance development reviews’.

“The new flexibility offered by the pension legalisation.”

An Axa press release inadvertenly suggests pensions were against the law prior to this year’s Budget.

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