Industry condemns rush to abolish short service refunds

The Department for Work and Pensions has been criticised over its plan to ban short service refunds before putting in place an automatic transfer system.

The DWP announced yesterday that it could end short service refunds as early as 2014, while the pot follows member system to consolidate small pots is not expected to be in place until 2015 at the earliest...

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