New pension rules means many people are delaying retirement decisions until 2015. But this could prove costly, industry watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority has warned.
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Royal Bank of Scotland has agreed a deal which will allow customers to deposit money into their accounts in Post Office branches.
More than one in 10 (12%) people spend no more than 60 minutes working out how they are going to turn their lifetime’s pension savings into a retirement income.
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