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The government has advanced its pension thinking this month with the enactment of The Finance Act 2014, guidance on allowing new retirees access to next year's pension freedoms and its response to the consultation on those freedoms.

There will be 'dismay' among those working in the Sipp sector, a key figure at Barnett Waddingham says, after an FCA fired a broadside over 'unacceptable' widespread failings.
Influential Sipps figures, as well as financial advisers, have voiced support for a permitted list of Sipp investments in the face of growing Sipp regulation.
A new 'Flexible Sipp' is the latest product to be launched today by Barnett Waddingham.
Is it time to alter the requirement for all SSAS members to be trustees in order to be exempt from the Maxwellian protections of Pensions Act 1995?
Barnett Waddingham has reported that employers are increasingly coming to the firm seeking pension advice for senior members of staff.
On Wednesday 21 May, Chris Jones of Suffolk Life will take to the stage at the Annual AMPS conference to give an update on the Sipp market.
Demand for drawdown via Sipps and SSAS will grow as a result of the Budget, a specialist firm has predicted.
A former chairman of the Association of Member Directed Pension Schemes has called for more plain speaking from the FCA – as the regulator reached its first anniversary.
With all the recent chatter about drawdown reform, no one spotted that the Government would advocate unrestricted access to pension pots for all.
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