Extreme market volatility of the kind that has happened in recent weeks is unnerving, but it should not deter you from continuing to save into your pension, if you can, because otherwise you will lose out on valuable tax relief.
As many of you will know, the Coronavirus pandemic has caused significant damage to economies, businesses and stock markets worldwide.
Like in many countries around the world, the UK government this week ordered all businesses not selling essentials, such as food and medicines, to close their doors to halt the spread of the virus.
It argued that this would support younger savers in particular, with recent stock market falls meaning that many will get back less then they put in, while the exit penalty "punishes them further".
It also featured damning comments by former colleagues and associates of Brooks, including members of The Transparency Task Force and UK IFA Guy Myles who runs financial services company - Flying Colours.
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