Isn't it amazing that other professions feel free to deprecate our advice but are strangely quiet about their own standards?
I refer to the comments of Nabarro Nathanson (Money Marketing, November 27) over our duty to offer all options, including drawdown, at the time of retirement.
Of course, solicitors always advise their clients on all possible options, don't they?
For example, anyone instructing a solicitor over a divorce is invariable offered reconciliation which won't earn the solicitor any fees, aren't they?
I must break off now – flying pigs becoming dangerous!
IFM Financial Planning,