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Revealed: the cost of financial advice at retirement

Exclusive Which? research reveals that people planning their retirement could be charged as much as £6,000 for professional financial advice on their pension.

Pension passports and clearer charges proposed by the FCA

The FCA has proposed plans for people over 50 be given better information about their pension options, but stopped short of capping charges on drawdown.

Beaufort Securities goes bust: what are your rights?

Stockbroking firm Beaufort Securities has been declared insolvent. If you're a client, find out what your rights are to recover your money.

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Vanquis customers to share almost £170 million following mis-selling ruling

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today imposed a fine of £1,976,000 on Vanquis for failing to disclose the full price of an add-on product, called Repayment Option Plan (ROP).

FCA’s biggest ever consumer survey: the 5 things you need to know

In one of the biggest pieces of consumer personal finance research in history, the Financial Conduct Authority quizzed almost 13,000 individuals on the state of their finances – including how...

Risk of savers neglecting pensions exposed by City watchdog

Only one in three people aged 45 to 54 say they have given ‘a great deal of thought’ to how they will manage in retirement, research from the City watchdog...

Saint or sinner

Exclusive: wealth manager St James’s Place misleading customers on charges

A Which? Money investigation has found financial advisers from the UK’s biggest provider failing to comply with transparency rules on the disclosure of charges. Our 12 undercover meetings with advisers...

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