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Money Box Live: Pensions

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BBC Radio 4's Money Box Live
Wednesday, 18 April 2012 at 1502 BST On Radio 4 and Online

Do you know how much to invest in your pension and what to do with your fund when you retire?

If you have a question about starting or boosting a pension plan, or finding out about an annuity, you can ask our team of experts for their view.

Maybe you have a question about the state pension or pension credit?

Or perhaps you want to ask what the Chancellor's recently announced "granny tax" will mean for you?

Are you concerned about new lower limits for drawdown?

When will you receive your state pension?

How many years National Insurance Contributions (NICs) do you need to build up?

Perhaps you are curious about personal or occupational schemes?

How much should you save and what are the options?

Or perhaps you want to find out about annuities?

What are the annuity rules and how much income could you expect?

Vincent Duggleby was joined by:

Alison Bailey, Head of Policy, The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS)

Dr Ros Altmann, Pensions expert and Director General, Saga

Billy Burrows, Director, Better Retirement Group

Presenter: Vincent Duggleby
Producers: Ben Carter

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