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Ten top tips to make the most of pension freedoms

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Written by: Julie Hutchison, personal finance expert at Standard Life
27/05/2015
From passing on your pension to loved ones, to making the most of tax relief, Standard Life outlines ten tips for people planning for retirement in the new world of pensions freedoms, which came into force on 6 April 2015.

 

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