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Pensions Simplification reminder from FSA

The FSA has urged IFAs to think about standards of advice and professional development as part of its pensions simplication programme.
In a newsletter to retail intermediaries, regulators asked IFAs to think about the changes they needed to make for pensions tax changes.
The FSA is continuing to talk with the Association of British Insurers and the Personal Finance Society about the best ways to overcome the challenges ahead.
The newsletter is available on the FSA website.

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