Want a slice of your nest egg to pay debts? No can do, says man from the Pru 

One of Britain's biggest insurers is refusing to help customers use their pensions like cash machines if they need the money to pay off debts.
Savers with Prudential are only allowed to use new pension freedoms to dip into their retirement pot at regular intervals if they first pay to see a financial adviser. 
Many customers who want a so-called drawdown policy pay for a visit from one of Prudential's own advisers, whom it dubs the 'man from the Pru'.
But Money Mail can reveal that if a customer tells the adviser they are going to take their cash to pay off a loan or credit card, they can... read more

4 October 2016 in Business, Views: 33
Source: Daily Mail

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