The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has proposed ways to improve the defined benefit (DB) system in its long-awaited consultation paper.
Here is a summary of the most important proposals and points raised in the green paper that was published today. 1) Indexation could be suspended for underfunded schemes There could be an argument...
A Merseyside pre-school nursery and its director have been ordered to pay £8,200 after admitting failing to enrol members of staff into a workplace pension scheme.
The government is to pay the tax bills of NHS workers caught out by changes to pension contribution limits who have been turning down additional work for fear of running up large tax bills.
There are a wide range of possible life expectancy disruptors. PwC's Paul Kitson looks at how one of these, wearables, could impact schemes.
Defined benefit (DB) trustees are now required to contact financial advice firms to ensure staff providing advice to a members are compliant under new adviser rules before carrying out a transfer exercise.
Pensions are too complex an issue to discuss on the general election campaign trail. Steve Webb says this is probably a good thing.