Catch up on our Let's Talk Retirement debate 2.0

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Please note: the value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up, and your clients could get back less than originally invested.

In the first of our Let's Talk Retirement 2.0 series, Head of Strategic Partnerships Patrick Ingram chats with Retirement Strategy Director and Chair of Spire, Adrian Boulding about the choices between drawdown, annuity or a combination of both in retirement planning.

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