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Saving too little and hoarding pension cash are two of the problems faced by a nation that hasn't got to grips with retirement.
Queen announces government's plans to scale back tax relief for pensions to fund more free childcare in England.
China's stock market is up by more than 140% over the last year, and there could be more to come.
Life insurance that offers you cash back if you don't claim has proved popular in South Africa and Australia. Could it take off here?
The Bank of England isn't as committed to fighting inflation as it used to be. With inflation in negative territory, this could be a good time for investors to buy protection.
Ros Altmann has just been appointed pensions minister and her in-tray is already full.
The UK has experienced deflation – or falling prices – for the first time since 1960, says the Office for National Statistics.
Retirees aren't raiding their pensions after the recent reforms, they're far more interested in leaving the money behind when they die.
Jupiter UK Growth manager had raised cash levels before general election.
UK shares jumped after the general election, but is that the whole story? Watch our post-poll guide to global stock markets.
Citywire AAA-rated manager is not dissuaded by political scrutiny the sector had come under before the election.
Markets are jubilant following the election, but the shares jumping the most today may not be the long-term winners.
Election of a majority government is good for the economy but stock market euphoria may not last, warn Neil Woodford and other fund managers.
Stock markets have risen in five of the last six general elections, although you can look back to 1974 for a more worrying scenario.
If you were able to borrow at a fixed interest rate of 1.5% for five years, you might jump at the chance. Should the government do the same?
JOHCM UK Equity Income manager argues election uncertainty already priced in and will seize on jitters to buy more Lloyds shares.
It's been a bad week for markets, as the sea of red that has engulfed our exclusive Accumulator data table shows.
Whichever government emerges from the general election, MPs look set to continue to pile on the red tape around pensions.
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