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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Investors have withdrawn £3 billion from property funds this year but a growing number use their pension pots to buy commercial properties directly.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.
Consumer groups express disappointment and pension providers relief after Treasury drops plans to let pensioners cash in annuities.
The SNP has attacked the government over the lifetime ISA, describing the savings product for people under 40 as a 'gimmick' which could undermine the future of auto-enrolment.
Company may have to pay compensation to customers who missed out on buying enhanced annuities at retirement.
John Cridland's state pension review suggests dropping 'triple lock' protection to avoid further rises in the state pension age.
The combined effect of the ex-chancellor's pension reforms will be less pension saving, says Office for Budget Responsibility.
Graduates would have to wait longer for their state pension while others retire earlier under two-tier system considered by government.
The government has announced plans to create a single body to offer the public guidance on pensions, debt and other money issues.
Overhaul of pension tax relief would fit into prime minister Theresa May's plans, says chancellor's parliamentary private secretary.
Shadow secretary for work and pensions Debbie Abrahams outlines her vision, saying every citizen should have a stake in society.
Treasury says government will look at compelling pension providers to give savers comprehensive pension statements.
Former pension minister says government must launch publicity campaign after fiasco over changes to the state retirement age.
Conservative MP Julian Knight says the financial regulator needs to crack down on unauthorised pension 'introducers'.
A listed plastics company has cut its dividend because of spiralling pension deficits in what may be a sign of things to come.
Financial Conduct Authority and other regulators pledge to tackle growing number of frauds following last year's pension freedom reforms.
Most people who have dipped into their retirement savings are unprepared for future care costs, new figures suggest.
Business owners and others using property and shares to make pension contributions could face HM Revenue & Customs crackdown.
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