Pensions: Beware of suits and tempting promises
If a pension product looks too good to be true, it probably is. Here’s why
O n Wednesday night, I gave a talk at my old primary school, Johnstown National School in Dún Laoghaire. One of the many interesting questions from the parents of the pupils focused on pensions and what this early-middle-aged group could expect from them.
I am considering this question in more detail now as I fly to the States. The little map on my screen tells me that I am at 38,000 feet above...
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