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The financial regulator has turned its attention to the annuity market amid concerns that pension savers aren't looking for the best deal.
Both benefit claimants and the wealthy have taken a hit in tax and benefit measures announced in today's Autumn Statement.
Conservative MP Alun Cairns is rallying support among his colleagues to call for reform of income drawdown, as savers continue to face dramatic cuts to the income they are able to take.
Inflation shot to a five-month high of 2.7% last month. Experts say the cost of living is bound to rise further as higher energy bills hit homes.
The government is debating whether to relax limits to the amount of income pensioners can draw down from their savings.
Nearly a third of homeowners aged 50 and over are planning to use their home to finance their retirement.
With people buying their first property later, pensions are being overlooked – so what should homeowners do?
Figures show people are entering retirement with outstanding mortgage and debt on credit cards.
A regulatory review has found sale and rent back firms charged up to £40,000 in fees to clients.
As well as making sure you get the most from your pension, it's important that the rest of your finances are in good shape as you near retirement.
Funding longer retirements and hefty long-term care bills means more pensioners will be forced to look at making their property pay.
The government has said the scale and complexity of changing the system has led it to delay two major reforms.
Graham Pitcher, owner of pension trustee company GP Noble, has been jailed for taking money from pension schemes he adminstered.
Being mortgage-free and enjoying three holidays a year may be what people expect from retirement, but few are achieving it.
Women are lagging behind when it comes to pension saving, risking poverty in old age. Here are some tips to get you back on track.
What's it like to live on the state pension? Greg Kingston, 39, is going to find out. In a daily blog this week he described his experiences.
Failing to save for retirement could mean you end up scraping by on the state pension – the equivalent to living on the miniumum wage.
Confused by pensions? They're a piece of cake to understand, once you've heard Michelle McGagh explain them.
With generous defined benefit pension schemes increasingly rare, the onus in on savers to ensure their pension pot is big enough.
Gavin Lumsden continues his tour of fast food eateries to explain how wrapping your money in a pension is a good idea.
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