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 ArticleHeadlineAuthorDateStatus
Guides (Individuals)
You and Your Pension Pot You and Your Pension Pot  A plan English guide to the new pension freedomsBilly Burrows26/09/2015
Get your copy of - The case for annuities Get your copy of - The case for annuities  The case for annuitiesBilly Burrows16/04/2015
Billy Burrows publishes - The case for annuities Billy Burrows publishes - The case for annuities  Read the press releasePartnership16/04/2015
Guides (advisers)
Why mixing retirement solutions helps you get the right blend for your clients Why mixing retirement solutions helps you get the right blend for your clients  Written for LV, this papers looks at the case for blended solutionsBilly Burrows14/09/2015
The role of unit-linked guarantees The role of unit-linked guarantees  Discuss the 'risk dilemma' and role of ULGs Billy Burrows01/01/2015
The Retirement Advice Survival Guide’ The Retirement Advice Survival Guide’  A practical guide to the advice processBilly Burrows10/01/2014
Annuity Tipping Point Annuity Tipping Point  The case for investment linked annuitiesBilly Burrows01/01/2014
A well-planned retirement A well-planned retirement  Written in 2012 so now a bit datedBilly Burrows01/01/2012
Billy's Blog
Can blended retirement solutions become the norm? Can blended retirement solutions become the norm?  Annuity or Drawdown?Billy Burrows03/09/2015
Merger of Just Retirement and Partnership Merger of Just Retirement and Partnership  Innovation is the key to successBilly Burrows11/08/2015
It's time to be smarter about advice It's time to be smarter about advice  Don't dumb down advice - be smarterBilly Burrows30/06/2015
Invisible Force Invisible Force  The sands have shifted since the pensions freedoms were announcedBilly Burrows23/04/2015
Money Marketing
Good in theory; bad in practice. The devil is in the detail Good in theory; bad in practice. The devil is in the detail  The devil is the detail of cash for annuities plansBilly Burrows26/03/2015
Back to the drawing board Back to the drawing board   It is no longer the case small pensions purchase annuities and bigger funds go into drawdownBilly Burrows02/03/2015
Rising from the ashes: Rising from the ashes:  Will annuities recover from Osborne's Budget bombshell?Billy Burrows26/02/2015
Time to put advisers on front line for pension freedoms Time to put advisers on front line for pension freedoms  Billy Burrows writes in Money MarketingBilly Burrows03/02/2015
Optimum risk balancing Optimum risk balancing  Why do most people take tool little risk ot too much risk?Billy Burrows03/02/2015
Report: Guaranteed drawdown key to post-Budget demands Report: Guaranteed drawdown key to post-Budget demands  How ULGs should play a role in retirement planningBilly Burrows01/01/2015
A victory for common sense A victory for common sense  The end of 55% tax on lum sum death benefitsBilly Borrows18/12/2014
Politicians risk peddling toxic annuity myths Politicians risk peddling toxic annuity myths  Its time to stop tinkering with the new rulesBilly Burrows24/10/2014
Drawdown is now viable alternative for mass market Drawdown is now viable alternative for mass market  Drawdown is now viable alternative for mass marketBilly Burrows10/08/2014
Financial Adviser
An annuity isn’t a drag, don’t raid your pot An annuity isn’t a drag, don’t raid your pot   The case for anuitiesBilly Burrows - FT Financial Adviser24/06/2015
Annuity redux Annuity redux  The future for annuitiesBilly Burrows26/01/2015
Annuity vs annuitisation Annuity vs annuitisation  The case for annuitisation is still as strong as everBilly Burrows01/06/2014
National media
Newsletter 30 March Newsletter 30 March  Annuity buy backs and annuity updateBilly Burrows30/03/2015
Interview with Helen Morrissey Interview with Helen Morrissey  Interview with Helen MorrisseyHelen Morrissey07/01/2014
Telegraph
Savers face 'outrageous' fees to pay more into old pensions Savers face 'outrageous' fees to pay more into old pensions  Savers who try to pay more money into old pension plans are being hit with new, "Seventies-style" rip-off charges, The Telegraph can disclose Dan Hyde - Telraph27/06/2015
Savers to be told if their annuity is a rip-off Savers to be told if their annuity is a rip-off  Warning letters for customers to show when an annuity is poor value - and where to get a better deal Dan Hyde25/03/2015
Money makeover - Telegraph Money makeover - Telegraph  I'm 44, terminally ill and unable to work. How should I invest £300,000?Billy Burrows09/03/2015
Who will still need to buy an annuity? Who will still need to buy an annuity?  From April fewer annuities are likely to be sold. Emma Simon 03/03/2015
Beware the tax sting when you take your pension cash Beware the tax sting when you take your pension cash  Article in the the TelegraphBilly Burrows26/01/2015
Technical papers
Nuts and bolts of the pensions revolution Nuts and bolts of the pensions revolution  Top tips for reirementBilly Burrows in FT02/01/2015
Enhanced annuities Enhanced annuities  Written for the Insitute of ActuariesBilly Burrows04/04/2013
Capacity for loss Capacity for loss  Capacity for loss guideBilly Burrows / Met Life02/01/2013
Longevity annuities Longevity annuities  Written for Money ManagementBilly Burrows01/09/2010
Presentations
Slides for AXA adviser workshops Slides for AXA adviser workshops  The "Skills of the trade"Billy Burrows09/02/2015
Videos
Share radio Share radio  Listen to my radio interview on Share RadioShare Radio20/03/2015
Video on drawdown Video on drawdown  What role will drawdown play?Panel16/03/2015
Transcript of roundtable Transcript of roundtable  For Retirement PlannerBilly Burrows01/09/2014
Roundtable discussion Roundtable discussion  Rountable discussing 'empty nesters'Billy Burrows01/09/2014