Pensions central to retirement planning

Treasury document ignores key option
Thursday 12 Jan 2017 Author: Tom Sieber
The Treasury appeared to suffer a moment of post-Christmas brain freeze when it published an infographic detailing the ISA and savings options available in 2017. The document attempts to guide you through the myriad savings vehicles available from cradle to grave. Under ‘My parents are saving for my future’, for example, it lists Child Trust Funds and Junior ISAs, while Premium Bonds, Cash ISAs, Stocks and Shares ISAs, and...

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