Clarity over the controversial money purchase annual allowance is needed after it was removed from the Finance Bill, according to Pensions Buzz respondents.
Average amount accessed per person continues to fall
Nearly a million savers could be paying more tax on their pension than required, simply because they have been given the wrong tax code, Royal London has claimed.
Good default options along the whole savings journey are more important than engagement, according to research by the People's Pension and State Street Global Advisors (SSGA).
Eight of ten employers are not doing enough to help staff accrue adequate pension pots for retirement, according to research by Hargreaves Lansdown.
The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) will not break even until 2026, at which point its debt to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will have hit £1.2bn.
In the second of Newton Investment Management's regular DC updates, Paul Flood discusses maintaining investment through times of inflation
In the third of Newton Investment Management's regular DC updates, Julian Lyne looks abroad to consider the US and Australian models
A controversial decision to slash the Money Purchase Annual Allowance (MPAA) from £10,000 to £4,000 will be scrapped as the Treasury seeks to trim the Finance Bill.
Older workers are more likely to opt out of a workplace pension than their younger counterparts. Michael Klimes explores why and how it could be fixed.
Large employers may begin offering a lifetime or workplace ISA as part of their employee benefits package within the next five years, Willis Towers Watson research has revealed.
Savers aged 20 need to put away £131 every month into a defined contribution (DC) pot to achieve a £26,000 annual income in retirement, Which? research has suggested.
Nearly half (47%) of 35 to 54-year-olds plan to use property to fund their retirement lifestyles, with some anticipating this despite not yet owning their own home.
Michael Klimes finds assumptions that use annuities to underpin DC projections may need to be re-examined in light of Freedom and Choice
Pensioners are at risk of paying more tax than necessary by withdrawing over 25% of their fund in one lump sum, a Prudential analysis has found.
Savers using drawdown in retirement are potentially accessing their funds at an unsustainable rate, with money likely to run out within 25 years.
More than half a million employers have now been brought into the auto-enrolment (AE) regime with over 7.6 million people now saving in a pension.
Lydia Fearn says we need to tap into the emotions of saving to boost engagement
As the LISA launches to the public, the industry may need to play a role in ensuring savers get the best possible outcome. James Phillips explores its potential future
Over one in eight of the working population are saving more into their pension pots as a direct result of the introduction of Freedom and Choice, Aegon has found.
Royal London's independence governance committee (IGC) has reported that charges for members have fallen and considers transaction costs across its default funds are good value.
Aegon's independence governance committee (IGC) has reported that upgrading to a new platform has reduced costs for some members and increased engagement.
A second round of IGC reports show most charges have been brought down, but transaction costs remain hard to pin down. Michael Klimes looks at the key findings
Confusion over pension freedoms rules has landed savers with a higher than expected tax bill, according to Prudential.