NETHERLANDS - The Dutch government's planned reform on retirement age which would see Dutch workers retiring at 67 instead of 65 came under the fire of the opposition parties during a parliamentary debate yesterday.
In spring this year, the Dutch government announced plans to increase the pension age. It also granted half a year for the unions and the employers representatives to come up with alternative proposals,...
PP looks at whether more could be done to prevent members from transferring out in the first instance?
People who die younger will get a better deal by not annuitising according to pensions minister Steve Webb.
Pensions minister Steve Webb has strongly hinted there will be action on tax relief in the Autumn Statement tomorrow.
Local councils and pension authorities have urged members of the public to disregard scam calls from a fraudulent organisation claiming to be a pension scheme.
Jonathan Stapleton on the annual round of tax relief speculation