Chancellor George Osborne has said that "free and impartial advice" on pensions will be delivered by the Government using organisations like Citizen's Advice Bureau and Age UK.
Mr Osborne said the steps meant people could "make the right choices" and know that they are getting "good, independent guidance that is right for them".
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