Reshaping retirement

Reshaping retirement

Our experts explain what they think the biggest impacts will be following the implementation of the legislation changes on 6th April 2015.

Who is primarily responsible for dealing with the implications of the legislation.

The pension reforms that came into effect on 6 April 2015 have been the subject of much debate, with responses being a mixture of excitement and trepidation.

Our experts explore what they think the biggest impacts of the changes will be and who is primarily responsible for dealing with the implications of the legislation.

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New pensions freedoms

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Waiting for Defined Benefit flexibility

Pension freedoms are attractive to many Defined Contribution (DC) members.

 
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The new flexibility is designed for defined contribution (DC) schemes.

 
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Ant Bird explains how we need to reintroduce money management education at school.

 
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NEW UK PENSION RULES FAIL TO CATER FOR DEFINED BENEFIT MEMBERS

James Riley explains why he thinks defined benefit scheme members stand to lose the most.

 
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SIMPLER RULES WILL FINALLY DEMYSTIFY UK PENSIONS

Robert Bass thinks the pension reforms will result in pensions being widely understood.

 
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Responsibility comes in operating a pension scheme for employees.

 
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