Government to examine exit fees for DC members

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The government is looking into exit fees levied on people cashing in their defined contribution (DC) pots, but has as yet no plans to intervene, says Steve Webb.

"We are not overwriting the rules of existing schemes," the pensions minister told the House of Commons yesterday, responding to questions posed by the opposition. "But we are talking to the ind...

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