DC trustees must consider taking more responsibility for the financial lives in retirement, says Adrian Boulding.
Smart Pension's head of policy and communications says Now Pensions' AE index was propaganda but raises the issue of the long-term effect of charges.
Now Pensions has launched an auto-enrolment (AE) cost comparison index to illustrate the long-term implications of fees charged by pension providers.
The net-pay anomaly is unfair on the lowest-paid savers who need the top-up, argues Adrian Boulding.
As AE contribution rates rise to a minimum of 8% in just a few days time, Kim Kaveh speaks to four master trusts about their preparations for a potential change in member behaviour.
Latest figures from the Department for Work and Pensions - published today - shows the number of people saving into an occupational pension scheme since auto-enrolment (AE) began in 2012 has increased by 10,003,000.
Auto-enrolment (AE) has now brought 10 million workers into occupational pensions since its introduction in 2012, latest government figures reveal.
NOW Pensions' director of policy says this will be the year when the net-pay anomaly becomes too awkward to ignore, and predicts LISA will have its own lifetime curtailed
The government is set to review an anomaly which sees lower-paid workers in the majority of master trusts lose out on tax relief, it has confirmed.
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has named the 17 members of its inaugural policy board after a competitive application process with 60 candidates.
The government is set to take a close look at the current pension tax relief system, Baroness Buscombe revealed in a speech to the House of Lords last night.
Kim Kaveh asks how much clarity the master trust code of practice gives to schemes applying for authorisation in October.
Some 28% of senior business decision-makers are unaware that automatic enrolment (AE) minimum contributions are increasing next month, according to Now Pensions research.
Defined contribution schemes face a whole raft of challenges in 2018. Kim Kaveh looks at how they should be approached
There have been calls to extend salary exchange rules to lower-paid earners. However, Kim Kaveh finds it would be very complicated and could cause problems for members
Michael Klimes explores the challenges to the rollout of biometrics in schemes and the benefits it could bring.
UK employers are lagging behind in terms of the proportion of pension contributions they are providing to their staff, a study of worldwide defined contribution (DC) provision reveals.
Only 9% of baby boomers were approached by their provider to update their retirement age, Dunstan Thomas research has found.
PP can reveal Adrian Boulding will step down as policy strategy director at the Tax Incentivised Savings Association (TISA) at the end of November.
The Pension Quality Mark (PQM) is consulting on reviewing and enhancing its standards for defined contribution (DC) schemes to ensure they offer good quality pensions.
Millions of workers are missing out on 'buy-one-get-one free' pension cash from their employers, according to analysis by Royal London.
More than a fifth of over-55s have opted out of auto-enrolment (AE), Now Pensions' customer data has suggested.
Older workers are more likely to opt out of a workplace pension than their younger counterparts. Michael Klimes explores why and how it could be fixed.
The government must find other ways to work out how to set the state pension age (SPA), says Adrian Boulding.