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New research this week revealed people in their 30s were more retirement-savvy than those in their 40s. More than three quarters of 30-somethings were actively thinking about retirement compared to 69 per cent of those in their 40s.
Meanwhile a shocking number of people seem to be losing pensions down the back of the sofa - in our latest poll 21 per cent admitted to either losing track of a pension, not knowing how many they had, or not having a pension at all.
Would young people's growing interest in pensions encourage you to take on another pension qualification?
You already know that retirement planning is all the rage right now. But you might not have considered all the ways in which a focus on retirement can boost your business.
Graeme Ballantyne of Prudential offers a valuable new perspective on retirement as a series of different stages, each with its own advice opportunities. Are you exploring them to their full potential?
One of the most important parts of a financial planner's role is cash flow planning, but it's also one of the most labour-intensive. Is there a way to simplify and streamline it, and is technolog y the answer?
In the first instalment of a series of guides, Ray Adams of Niche Chartered Financial Planners reveals how his firm found their own solution to successful cash flow planning.
It's been suggested that some people don't seek advice because the term 'financial adviser' itself puts them off. Frances Kemp of Nurture Financial Planning wonders who all these professional labels are really for - and whether it's time for an industry makeover.