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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.
Should companies cut dividends to shore up their pension schemes? No, there are other things they should do first.
Most savers are being sensible with their pension freedoms but a minority are depleting their retirement pots too quickly, new figures show.
Report by MPs says former BHS owner has a moral duty to bail out the department store's pension scheme after neglecting it for years.
Labour MPs Rachel Reeves and Stephen Timms have called for Pension Wise to be made compulsory for people looking to take advantage of pension freedoms.
Former BHS owner Philip Green ‘continued to press’ pensions minister Ros Altmann via text message, evidence sent to MPs reveals.
Frank Field MP says there has been ‘untold confusion’ around the new, flat-rate state pension and who qualifies for it.
Young people are increasingly hopeful about their finances but their optimism may be misplaced, a government survey suggests.
New all-party group of MPs backing Women Against State Pension Inequality warn Stephen Crabb they are not going away.
Lesley Titcomb, chief executive of The Pension Regulator, forced to defend her organisation's oversight of failed department store group.
Retail tycoon hits back at Frank Field MP over his call for Green to be stripped of his knighthood over the collapse of BHS group.
MPs will form an all-party parliamentary group to support women hit by state pension age rises.
Offshore funds are at the heart of the latest wave of pension scams, say trustees tasked with recovering members’ money.
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