The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has proposed a number of reforms to boost pensions adequacy, including retirement income targets to show the lifestyle people could afford on different levels of income.
Retired households are increasingly relying on private pension provision for income, but there is a huge gap between the rich and the poor, Office for National Statistics (ONS) show.
Nearly eight million people fear they will not have enough money to retire when they reach state pension age (SPA), Age UK research has revealed.
Professor David Blake gives his view on how the pensions system can be improved.
The 2017 auto-enrolment (AE) review must have a wide scope and look at the longer term to ensure adequate savings, the industry has told the pensions minister.
Radically reforming the pensions tax relief system could disincentivise saving, according to a report by the International Longevity Centre - UK (ILC-UK) and Age UK.
Lawrence Churchill has been appointed chair-elect of the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) and will also succeed Michael Pomery as chairman of council.
Interest rates for the new 'pensioner bonds' announced at Budget 2014 have been set at a market-beating 2.8% for the one-year product and 4% for the three-year bond.
PP looks at the role a Retirement Savings Commission could play in shaping policy in the UK
Organisations representing employers, consumers, workers and the elderly have joined the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) in urging the government to rethink its commitment to pot follows member.
Pensions Minister Steve Webb has revealed that Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) officials met representatives of leading insurers 27 times over the last four months.
Better-off pensioners should pay tax at a similar rate to younger people on comparative incomes, according to the Fabian Society.
Nearly a quarter of adults (23%) in the UK have lost track of at least one pension pot according to research from charity Age UK.
Government plans to consolidate small pension pots are "impractical" and risk "damaging retirement savings, a broad coalition of organisations argues.
Over 30% of people aged over 60 are confused about annuities, research conducted by Age UK shows.
Inflation would slash pensioners' income by 60% over a 20-year retirement if they took fixed benefits today, Prudential analysis reveals.
Pension Insurance Corporation has brought together its policy holders in an event believed to be the first of its kind to help the firm engage with its pensioner customers.