Billy Burrows: Keep an open mind on retirement income

May 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);5/23/2013, p42
The article presents the author's views on the best income option to be analyzed by advisors for clients. He remarks that by recommending annuities for those with modest funds, many advisers still second guess the client solution. He comments that it does not mean that clients cannot take some risk with their pension just because they have a modest pension fund.


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