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Title: Ending compulsory annuitisation: what are the consequences?
Author: Blake, David
Cannon, Edmund
Tonks, Ian
Publisher: Pensions Institute
Date Issued: 2010-07
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10036/114751
Links: http://www.pensions-institute.org http://www.efm.bris.ac.uk/ecesc/Articles/EndingCompulsoryAnnuitisationConsequences.pdf
Abstract: The Government intends to end the requirement for defined contribution personal pension scheme members to annuitise their pension fund by the age of 75. This report looks at the likely effects and consequences of this policy.
Type: Technical Report
Description: The seventh in a series of reports that focus on pensions issues of direct relevance to policymakers, financial advisers, and pension scheme members.
Keywords: annuitisationPensions funds
ISSN: 1367-580X


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