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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.
Wayne Davies has secured a payout from insurer Royal London over its role in the mis-selling of an annuity.
We take a look at the top 10 countries UK adults are eyeing for their retirement - and the tax situation they will find when they get there.
Pension experts mostly welcome the government's confirmation of a national retirement guidance service, although MPs express concerns.
As lenders clamp down on affordability, borrowers in their 40s and 50s are finding it harder to secure a mortgage.
Chris Daykin, a former senior government pensions adviser, clashes with the Treasury over the real reason for its Budget retirement reforms.
Interest-only borrowers could be forced to use their pensions to pay their home loans, Age UK has warned.
Health minister Paul Burstow says pensioners should be allowed to use the equity in their homes to buy more state pension.
A think-tank has urged the government to set up a state-backed equity release scheme to enable more pensioners to tap into the value of their homes.
Fund management group BlackRock thinks the Budget's pension reforms could increase pensioners' use of investment trusts.
The government has scrapped the requirement for savers to buy an annuity within six months of taking their tax-free pension cash lump sum.
Standard Life has responded to the Budget pension reforms by cutting the amount of savings people need to use its income drawdown plans.
Older pensioners are shouldering the burden of thousands of pounds of mortgage debt well into their 70s.
The government is set to force pension fund managers to disclose all the charges involved in running pension schemes.
If you're scouring the open market for the best annuity rate before you retire, don't expect Prudential to offer you a good deal, unless you've saved with them.
More people will turn to the equity in their homes to clear mortgages and pay bills in 2014.
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