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Ian McKenna: Treading the fine line between good and bad robo advice

At the beginning of the month, Nick and Martin Bamford caused amusement around the industry by announcing the launch of Informed Choice’s robo-adviser as an April Fools prank. What many in the industry might find scary, however, is that they are not too far away from the truth. The emergence of real robo-advisers is, in […]

Gadget of the fortnight: Quantify your digital marketing

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John Lawson: The price of freedom and choice in pensions

So, Freedom and Choice Day has come and gone. What has happened so far and what can we expect next? An initial rush of people taking cash had been expected. Those aged over 55 but under 60 who did not have access to the £30,000 total or £10,000 in three single pots trivial commutation limits […]

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