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AXA Wealth's pensions and protection businesses acquired by Phoenix 27/05/2016

IG Group expands platform offering with SIPPs launch 26/05/2016

Pension pot transfers to next-gen on the up 27/04/2016

Millennials embrace annuities, older generation rejects them 21/04/2016

It's time to retire the age-old notion of retirement 12/04/2016
The Oxford English Dictionary describes retirement as ‘the action or fact of leaving one’s job and ceasing to work’. For the past few centuries, this definition most likely rang true. But as people live longer and the demarcation of “old” has become blurred, so too the notion of retirement has changed. In particular, the very idea that retirement equals ceasing to work is quaint. Indeed, there is a growing sense that the possibilities in ‘retirement’ have expanded dramatically. Our confidence that such a crucial attitudinal change has occurred is supported by the latest UBS Investor Watch report, which explored UK investors’ (defined as an individual with investable assets over £250,000) mind-sets towards work and retirement. It found that wealthy individuals are opting to pursue prolonged careers, entrepreneurship or philanthropy during the traditional retirement phase.

The week in review - the most read stories on thewealthnet 01/04/2016
The most read stories on thewealthnet this week.

Higher earners overestimating their retirement income - Investec W&I study 29/03/2016

Osborne can't resist tinkering - Brewin Dolphin 11/03/2016

Aegon UK adds five DFMs to pension platform 23/02/2016

Pension freedoms are 'biggest business opportunity' for UK advisers, says Vanguard 19/02/2016
The UK pension freedom changes are seen by more than 90 percent of UK financial advisers as their single biggest business development opportunity, according to a survey conducted by Vanguard Asset Management.

 
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