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Labour has announced that it will fund a cut in university tuition fees through reducing the tax relief on pension contributions for the highest-earners.
New rules have been revealed this morning to protect consumers as the pension reforms take effect.
A Sipps firm says it has refused to play a "game of chicken" with rivals about revealing fees, as the new pensions landscape opens up.
More than a fifth of retirees due to give up work this year have said they are not ready to do so entirely – continuing a growing trend stretching back to 2011.
The record low inflation rate announced this morning has been welcomed as good news for retirees.
As April looms and the pension reforms get set to take effect, less than a third of 40 to 70 year olds have spoken to anyone at all about the changes, research suggests.
Nearly 80% of over 55s have no intention of using Pension Wise, new research suggests.
A Sipp provider has confirmed it will offer all the new pension income options ahead of the reforms kicking in.
AXA Wealth has said its family/group Sipp will be "reform-ready" in time for April.
A final report on the 'failing' market for retirement income is being drawn up by FCA officials.
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