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Scottish Widows adapts income drawdown to meet PIA requirements

Scottish Widows has revamped its income drawdown illustrations to include specific critical yield illustrations which meet new PIA guidelines.


The guidance notes supplied by the PIA identify two bases for the illustrations and are available on the company&#39s Retirement Options CD Rom.


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