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Chancellor under pressure to row back on proposal to prevent people 'recycling' pension contributions and claiming tax relief twice.
Supreme Court makes landmark ruling in favour of woman who was not a named beneficiary of her deceased partner's pension.
Investigation by consumer organisation Which? discovers savers' personal data being shared on a ‘huge scale’.
Pension provider in talks with social media platform over plan for ‘UK’s biggest Treasure hunt’ to track down forgotten policies.
Thinktank finds younger generation more dependent on inherited wealth than previous generations, although there is a big divide between 'haves' and 'have-nots' .
Leading Labour MP Frank Field calls on Pensions Regulator to stop Daily Mirror publisher paying £10 million to shareholders.
Review of the costly 'triple lock' policy underpinning state pension looks likely say experts.
City watchdog orders pension providers to tell customers about the best annuity rates on offer before they commit their pension pots on the lifetime contracts.
The Treasury has ‘completely rejected’ suggestions it is looking to reduce the £48 billion it spends on encouraging retirement saving.
Amid the economic gloom and ballooning debt, we pick out the key points from Philip Hammond's first - and last - Autumn Statement.
City watchdog confirms pension providers must charge no more than 1% on people accessing savings under pension freedom reforms.
Influential House of Commons work and pensions committee calls on government to remove costly protection to state pension payments.
A House of Lords government representative has indicated it will take action to stop pension scammers cold calling people.
The Pensions Regulator has lost patience with former owner of BHS department store and demanded he pay more to rescue its pension scheme.
A new law giving government a greater say on how the £217 billion in local government pension schemes is invested raises fears they will be pushed to invest in infrastructure.
Plumbers could be liable for crippling pension scheme debts when they retire, the Scottish National Party has said.
City of London Police raise estimate of pension fraud losses to over £13 million since introduction of freedom reforms last year.
Six days of crowd-funding sees Women Against State Pension Inequality group raise money it needs for legal battle with government.
Investors have withdrawn £3 billion from property funds this year but a growing number use their pension pots to buy commercial properties directly.
Annuity providers may have to pay £450 million in compensation to customers, with Standard Life facing the biggest bill, according to one estimate.
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