Buzz: Education will fix annuity problem

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Far more respondents (almost half) thought financial education was the way forward for retirees, rather than independent financial advisers (IFAs) or annuity brokers.

Many said the cost of advice is prohibitive for most savers. "Paid for advice is only worth paying for if the value will outweigh the costs," said one respondent, while another added: "I would l...

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