The Chancellor's lifetime ISA (LISA) threatens to obstruct pension saving down the income scale according to Association of Consulting Actuaries chairman David Fairs.
Pension savers may miss out on thousands of pounds in tax relief due to confusion around the annual allowance taper rules implemented earlier this month.
Policy changes will result in an extra three million retirees on inadequate incomes by 2060 on top of the 12.2 million already forecast, according to research.
As the Chancellor presents his Budget today, PP looks at what could come up for pensions.
A flat-rate of tax relief is the most likely reform to appear in the Chancellor's March Budget according to Aon Hewitt‘s predictions.
Consumers will save an extra £1bn in pension tax relief this year as more join workplace schemes, according to research from Prudential and unbiased.co.uk.
Companies with defined benefit (DB) schemes are considering closing them due to changes in tax allowances made in the 2015 Budget according to research from PwC.
The Finance Act 2015 has been published - confirming changes to pension input periods and annual allowances.
The biggest stories on PP this week included political controversy surrounding the pensions minister, annual allowance charges and planned changes at the Pensions Ombudsman.
Annual allowance reductions mean more people will incur tax charges but how many members know this? Helen Morrissey looks at what schemes should do to help members meet their responsibilities.
On 29 July Professional Pensions held a webinar on the recent transitional changes to pension input periods.
PP is holding a live webinar on 29 July
Helen Morrissey has concerns that current changes to the annual allowance could undermine scheme saving.
HMRC has announced transitional arrangements to align pension input periods with tax years
A list of the key pension announcements in the summer Budget
Budget documents have confirmed the lifetime allowance is to be indexed annually in line with the consumer prices index (CPI) from 6 April 2018.
Government announces transitional rules for annual allowance changes; PIPs to align with tax years - UPDATE 3
The 2015-16 tax year will be split into two mini tax years for the purposes of the annual allowance as part of transitional rules aligning pension input periods with the tax year, the government has announced.
Potential changes to pensions tax relief could lead the industry "into a very dark place" according to former pensions minister Steve Webb.
Duncan Buchanan says the industry must concede some ground to secure consensus
The Green party wants to halve the amount of tax relief given on pension contributions to fund a non-contributory ‘citizen's pension'.
Prime minister David Cameron has pledged to restrict pensions tax relief for high earners if the Conservatives win the general election.
The Budget 2015 could see the Tories pledge to raise the income tax bracket by cutting the pensions annual and lifetime allowances, according to reports.
With the general election almost upon us we eagerly await news telling us what Cameron, Miliband et al want to do to our pension system should they be elected.
PP looks at the impact of reduced allowances for members who access their pots