Media comment: Budget 2015
Wednesday 8 July 2015
In response to the 2015 budget, Caroline Rookes, Chief Executive for the Money Advice Service comments: “With recent changes to the way people can access their pensions, consumers need a variety of information to help them make decisions that will enable them to maintain their ideal lifestyle in retirement and ensure that their money lasts. It is great news that the Pension Wise service has been extended to everyone over 50 as this will help people to plan ahead earlier in the run up to retirement.”
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About the Money Advice Service
The Money Advice Service is an independent organisation. It gives free, unbiased money advice online at moneyadviceservice.org.uk, over the phone on 0300 500 5000, and face-to-face right across the UK. The Service was set up by Government and is paid for by a statutory levy on the financial services industry, raised through the Financial Conduct Authority. Its statutory objectives are to enhance the understanding and knowledge of members of the public about financial matters (including the UK financial system); and to enhance the ability of members of the public to manage their own financial affairs.