WPC: Savers bearing the brunt of excessive complexity

The WPC has laid down its final freedoms recommendations to the government

Hope William-Smith
clock • 8 min read
Today's recommendations close out the WPC's three-part inquiry into the success of pension freedoms between 2015 and 2020
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Today's recommendations close out the WPC's three-part inquiry into the success of pension freedoms between 2015 and 2020

The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) has proposed a series of reforms designed to better support savers accessing their retirement monies.

The WPC today (18 January) laid out a pathway it said reflects the government's intentions to make pensions simpler following the raft of changes implemented since the hasty introduction of pension...

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