After a truly momentous year in pensions, PP rounds up the features that got readers clicking.
1. What are the key challenges facing the pensions industry in 2014?
Auto-enrolment and the single tier state pension featured prominently when we asked the great and the good of the industry to tell us what they expected from 2014.
However, while several said they expected retirement income to become more high profile no one could have predicted the massive shake up George Osborne brought about in the Budget.
Keep an eye on what our commentators think will happen in 2015 to see if they get it right.
2. What are the key challenges facing the industry in 2015?
After the year we have had it is no surprise that this has already become our second most popular feature of the year. Only time will tell if what our commentators have to say will come to pass.
3. How Thatcher's governments changed pensions
Margaret Thatcher was a divisive figure. In this feature we examined her pension legacy following her death in April.
4. Timeline: The financial crisis as it happened.
September 2014 marked the sixth anniversary of Lehman's collapse and the global economic woes that followed. We recorded all the highs and lows in a timeline.
5. How will retirement income options develop?
Six months on from George Osborne's Budget reforms we took a look at how the retirement income market looks set to develop,
6. Budget 2014: What do the changes mean for the industry?
With the industry reeling from the aftermath of Budget 2014 we asked what these changes mean for the pensions industry.
7. Lifetime allowance: The £1.25m question
In April 2014 the lifetime allowance was further decreased to £1.25m. In this feature we looked at what employers need to do to ensure their employees are prepared for this change.
8. What can the UK learn from the Australian superannuation industry?
The Budget 2014 changes mean we are likely to see less people choosing to purchase an annuity at retirement. We took a look at the Australian experience to see what lessons can be learned.
9. The rise of social impact investment
After years of niche status, environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are becoming increasingly central to pension fund investment. We took a look at how this area is developing.
10. Professional Pensions Administration Survey
The Professional Pensions Administration Survey provides a detailed view of how schemes use in-house, outsourced and third-party administration, and which are the major players in the market.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is consulting on proposals to charge a "risk reflective" levy for commercial defined benefit (DB) consolidation vehicles.
The funding gap across FTSE 350 schemes could be slashed by as much as £275bn if schemes look beyond traditional ways of creating value. Victoria Ticha examines how
There will be "many flavours" of defined benefit (DB) consolidators but consolidation will only be the right answer for a minority of schemes, Alan Rubenstein says.
Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman Frank Field has questioned the regulator on what lessons it can learn from the experience of the Kodak Pension Plan No.2 (KPP2).