Industry is worried the chancellor's back-down on NICs for self-employed increases chances of tax relief overhaul.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is consulting on changing its definition of professional trustees and is also reviewing its penalty policies for breach of duties.
The government should scrap the state pension 'triple lock' and replace it with an earnings link, according to John Cridland's long-anticipated review.
The government has confirmed that "now is not the right time" to undertake significant reform of pensions tax policy, such as moving to a flat rate of tax relief.
The Treasury has rejected calls to change its mind on a planned cut to the money purchase annual allowance (MPAA) due to take effect next month.
Brexit is unlikely to water down tougher European Union (EU) data standard requirements for UK trustees, according to a legal expert.
Robin Ellison says we need a change in HMRC's approach to dealing with pension tax issues
Baroness Ros Altmann says care must be taken that the introduction of LISAs does not detract from pension saving
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has launched a series of anti-scam tools to aid savers in spotting scams before they fall victim to them.
Calum Cooper urges schemes to engage with members on defined benefit transfers
The government should re-consider its decision to allow newly-created companies the right to defer enrolling new members of staff by up to three months, says Adrian Boulding.
If industry-led initiatives to tackle cost transparency do not stand up to scrutiny the FCA will look to regulate.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has proposed to update the methodology used to calculate redress payments for unsuitable advice given on defined benefit (DB) transfers, saying the system needed to become more 'appropriate'.
The government is pressing ahead with controversial plans to reduce the money purchase annual allowance (MPAA) from £10,000 to £4,000, according to Spring Budget documents.
Master trusts will face a new tax registration process aimed at boosting savers' protection and aligning it with the incoming authorisation process.
The government has confirmed in today's Budget that it will align the tax treatment of foreign and domestic schemes.
Budget 2017: HM Treasury reports £1.7bn windfall as pension flexibilities raising more cash than expected
The government has said pensions flexibilities have raised £1.7bn more than expected so far as individuals are withdrawing more cash than previously thought.
The recent Brewster case threw a spotlight on the issue of death benefits for cohabiting couples.
This week's Budget is tipped to be more restrained around pension policy compared to previous ones.
A Scottish court has ruled four schemes were validly amended for Barber equalisation in spite of lack of documentation. Stephanie Baxter asks if it could lead to less pedantic judgements south of the border.
After a Supreme Court ruling that Denise Brewster should receive her deceased partner's pension despite being unmarried, Michael Klimes explores its significance for other schemes
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has said it will take a more interventionist approach and take advantage of rarely-used powers to prevent problems as early as possible.
Mike Morrison looks at the recent Staveley case which could highlight issues for those wishing to consolidate pensions in the run up to retirement
After extra £3bn cost to Treasury