Dashboard falls behind schedule but end of 2019 'still achievable'

Stephanie Baxter
 Dashboard falls behind schedule but end of 2019 'still achievable'

The pensions dashboard is due to launch next year but is now at risk of delay. As the industry awaits the DWP's feasibility study, Stephanie Baxter looks at some of the outstanding issues

The pensions dashboard is set to revolutionise financial services by enabling savers to view all their pension pots in place. It will engage people more with their pensions, help track down lost po...

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