The new retirement plan - how a SIPP can restore your faith in retirement planning
Confession time: How many of you have a dark cupboard or drawer somewhere crammed with dusty statements and policy documents relating to pension plans you lost interest in some time around the last royal wedding? The past decade has been characterised by a growing dissatisfaction with conventional retirement planning solutions, particularly those revolving around insurance company pension plans. The key reasons cited for this dissatisfaction are lack of control, poor communication, high charges, unfathomable product information and a general disconnection between the investor and the financial arrangements.
Charles Stanley’s Susan Cambridge and Conrad Simmons explain how a SIPP can restore your faith in retirement planning
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