Get ready for the retirement age rise

Jelley, Colin
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/3/2009, p22
The article discusses the changing trends in the retirement sector in Great Britain. According to Skandia tax and financial planning head Colin Jelley, the advisers should inform their clients that the minimum age in getting personal pension benefits grows from 50 to 55 prior to April 6, 2010. Advisers need to help their clients manage their retirement planning by considering various planning scenarios to avoid the 5 years delay of access.


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