What a rate rise in the UK could mean for your final salary pension
Bank of England increases interest rates for the first time in TEN years
The Bank of England has raised interest rates to 0.5% from 0.25%, the first increase since July 2007..
A rate rise is likely to result in a reduction in the Cash Equivalent Transfer Values (CETV) of final salary pensions. As a result, many expats could see the size of their investment reduce significantly.
Now really is the time to look again at your final salary pension scheme.
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What factors are causing transfer values to be the highest they may ever be
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Why you have a limited time to act
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