Final part of WPC pension freedoms inquiry begins

A call for evidence has been launched looking at the challenges of saving for later life

Hope William-Smith
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WPC chair Stephen Timms. Credit: UK Parliament
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WPC chair Stephen Timms. Credit: UK Parliament

A call for evidence for the final part of the Work and Pensions Committee’s (WPC) three-pronged inquiry into the success of pension freedoms five years on has opened today (15 December) for industry feedback.

The third part of the inquiry which was announced back in July will look at the challenges of saving for later life. The inquiry will consider what more needs to be done to help people plan and save...

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