How much would you have to put away each month to reach the £1 million lifetime limit on pension savings?
Investors pulled money out of funds investing in the UK and US last month as stock markets hit a high.
Consumer price inflation fell to 0% in February, down from 0.3% in January.
Millions of people have had their pension details sold to scammers and cold-callers. Here's what you should know to protect yourself.
City regulator confirms plans to create 'pensions dashboards' to enable savers to view all their retirement savings in one place.
Retirees who strip their pension of cash could pay punitive tax on emergency codes and have to wait a year to get back their money.
The FTSE 100 closed at a new all-time high of 7,022 as markets cheered the apparent delay in a rise in US interest rates.
Everything you need to know about what lies in store after Budget 2015 .
Citywire AAA-rated manager says UK banks 'look very appealing' and eyes 6p dividend payout from Lloyds.
The giveaways for savers in this year’s Budget mean a married couple can now save up to £190,000 tax-free each year.
Twenty five years ago today, the first 'self-invested personal pension' was sold. Michelle McGagh talks to 'Mr Sipp' about what happened next.
HSBC has dominated the headlines for the wrong reasons recently. Rathbone Income manager Carl Stick is all too aware of this, but willing to continue holding the bank for the time being.
Further pension tinkering, capital gains tax rises and an extension of ISA inheritance could be on the cards next week.
MPs have voted to ban cigarette branding. With the tobacco sector under mounting pressure, is it now too risky to invest?
Pension funds should be available tax free if they are being used to pay for long-term care, according to a report by Ros Altmann.
MPs say allowing savers to cash in their pensions at age 55 could create 'unrealistic expectations' about retirement.
Manager buys Tesco for the first time in nearly five years, enticed by new boss Dave Lewis' turnaround plan for the embattled supermarket.
Labour plans to limit 'rip-off' charges for new retirement income policies following a critical report into pensions by Which?
Six years of historically low interest rates have punished savers (but been a gift for borrowers). There’s still time to invest though.
Financial Conduct Authority beefs up advice rules amid fears the government's retirement reforms could lead workers into trouble.
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