DWP extends dashboards available point notice period

A notice specifying the DAP must now be issued at least six months before it will occur

Holly Roach
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The consultation ran earlier this year
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The consultation ran earlier this year

The government has announced it will give pensions schemes and providers more notice before pensions dashboards go live to the public.

In response to its further consultation on pensions dashboards - launched in June - the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) today (17 October) said it has amended its dashboards available point ...

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