A growing number of businesses are failing to enrol their workers in a company pension scheme on time according to figures from Aviva.
More than 20% of 23 to 36-year-olds are likely to opt out of a workplace pension they have been auto-enrolled into, research by Dunstan Thomas suggests.
AE staging dates are spread across seven years, but small businesses will have very little time to prepare for rate increases. James Phillips reports
Catherine Howarth says schemes need to explore different avenues to help members take ownership of retirement saving.
Over a third of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that have already staged for auto-enrolment (AE) are contributing more than the statutory minimum.
As the FCA closes its consultation on improving transparency of costs and charges in pension schemes, James Phillips asks the industry whether the watchdog has the right solution.
PP research finds readers have concerns about how a master trust lifeboat fund would be funded.
The government has been criticised for excluding pensions from a poster which aims to inform the public on the various savings vehicles available.
This week we want to know if there should be a lifeboat fund for master trusts in the event of insolvency and how it should be funded.
More than half (55%) of small businesses see auto-enrolment (AE) as a burden, while 38% believe it is unfair on employers, a YouGov survey has revealed.
LV= has removed all pension exit charges from its products, allowing customers to switch to other providers without incurring a fee.
Professional Pensions has teamed up with Pension Funds Online to bring you the list of the biggest pension schemes in the country along with the details of their advisers, providers and asset managers.
While employers continue to be a "conduit" for pension savings, more emphasis must be placed on promoting individual responsibility according to the pensions minister.
The OECD believes annuities are part of the solution to prevent people running out of money in retirement. Michael Klimes asks how viable this is in the era of Freedom and Choice
The government has confirmed its much anticipated review into auto-enrolment (AE) will take place in 2017, and has revealed what it will cover.
Aon has appointed Neil Latham to its retirement and investment practice as a principal consultant in its defined contribution (DC) team.
The government has set out detailed plans to ban cold calling and give more powers to trustees to stop rogue transfers. Michael Klimes asks if it is enough to stop scams.
Tata Steel UK has agreed with unions to start consulting on closing the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) and replacing it with a "competitive" defined contribution (DC) arrangement.
The government has launched a consultation on banning pensions cold calling and limiting the right to transfer after a rise in scams since the pension freedoms.
Hugh Nolan believes members struggling with increased auto-enrolment contributions should be offered a chance to opt back down to the previous level rather than making it an "all or nothing" choice.
Nationwide Building Society chose to appeal to members' hearts as well as minds when looking at how to increase contribution rates. Nationwide's head of pensions Ian Baines tells Helen Morrissey how it can be achieved.
Cuts to the Money Purchase Annual Allowance; a £1bn raid on salary sacrifice schemes; a pledge to keep the pensions triple-lock; and increases in the Insurance Premium Tax… Professional Pensions takes a look at the key Autumn Statement announcements....
The 2017 auto-enrolment (AE) review must have a wide scope and look at the longer term to ensure adequate savings, the industry has told the pensions minister.
The US election and EU referendum showed how communicating with people on a gut level is an effective persuasion tool. The pensions industry should take note, writes Stephanie Baxter.