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The Treasury has published legislation closing a loophole that allowed transfers of public sector pensions to some overseas schemes.
The government's clampdown on exit fees charged by pension companies is good news, but it won't help all savers.
Easier access to pension and property wealth means some well-off, older people can pass money to their children before they die.
Older homeowners are finding themselves frozen out of the mainstream mortgage market.
MPs are set to receive thousands of pounds more in pension benefits as part of their 10% pay rise.
Friends Life has dropped plans to allow savers to take as much money out of their pensions as they want after age 55, saying the changes are too complex.
Equity release can help older people fund their retirement without the need to touch their pension.
The Information Commissioner’s Office has raised concerns over the number of savers being cold called about their pensions.
The government has abolished rules restricting what you can do with the money in your pension pot. Here's what it all means.
Pensions minister Steve Webb has warned retirees over the dangers of pension scammers after he received a text message from a suspicious sounding firm offering to review his pension savings.
National Savings and Investments has experienced further trouble after charging some customers twice for pensioner bond deposits.
HM Revenue & Customs could waive 55% tax charges for people who have transferred pension savings into fraudulent liberation schemes.
Savers have swamped National Savings & Investments' website after the launch of its £10 billion pensioner bonds.
Companies running high-charging legacy pensions face renewed pressure to rethink their terms, after a report identified billions of pounds may be locked in potentially poor value schemes.
A new European mortgage directive threatens to water down protections for borrowers releasing capital from their homes.
Labour has called for a price cap on drawdown products to protect savers from 'rip off' charges under the pension freedoms.
(Update) The government will abolish the 55% pensions death tax charge, chancellor George Osborne has announced.
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