Pension poll position

May 2009
Money Marketing;5/28/2009, p16
The article offers survey results conducted by YouGov/Money Marketing among Independent Financial Advisors (IFAs) in Great Britain. According to the article, the survey depicts nearly 50/50 split on whether the Government's Budget decision to slash pension tax relief for people with income over £150,000 will ruin long-term savings. It also shows that 27% among over 300 advisers surveyed believed that the decision could be more damaging to pensions.


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