This morning newspaper reports said George Osborne is expected to reject calls to cut the tax-free annual pension contributions limit from £40,000 to £30,000 in his Autumn Statement.
A ruling by the deputy pensions ombudsman (PO) has clarified trustees' responsibility around communicating tax issues.
Jonathan Stapleton says reform would cost more than it is worth
The average annual pension contribution received by executives of FTSE100 companies has risen from £225,000 to £242,000 since 2011, according to research from LCP.
HM Revenue and Customs has launched a consultation on two new forms of protection for people caught unfairly by the government's most recent cuts to the lifetime allowance (LTA).
The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) has updated its advisory content to include additional technical information, factsheets and multimedia content.
Rachel Dalton looks at how schemes are coping with the changes to tax relief
The latest rumour circulating as Budget 2013 draws near is that George Osborne has his beady eye set on pension commencement lump sums.
As speculation over the budget intensifies, PP brings you the latest hints, tips and rumours.
The reform is a tax on business that could create behavioural change, says Mark Wood
With Budget 2013 just around the corner, Barnett Waddingham consultant Malcolm McLean lists the top ten announcements he would like to see.
A 'sleepy area of tax' is starting to wake up says Doug Beardon
Jack Jones says the unsayable - that tax relief is not the be all and end all
Jonathan Stapleton on the chancellor's approach to tax relief
Hannah Brenton analyses the impact of the cuts to annual and lifetime contribution limits
The industry has fiercely criticised the cuts to annual and lifetime allowances revealed in the Autumn Statement, arguing they will undermine confidence in pensions.
How do you calculate how hard DB members will be hit by the new annual allowance rules? Our step-by-step guide to calculating deemed contributions for DB schemes will show you how.
Chancellor George Osborne has cut the annual allowance to £40,000 and reduced the lifetime allowance to £1.25m as part of a drive to raise more tax revenue from the rich.
Chancellor George Osborne is widely tipped to take action on pensions tax relief
Goddard Perry Group has launched its master trust called SALVUS which is designed specifically for auto-enrolment.
HM Revenue & Customs has altered its interpretation of annual allowance rules to let investors save more this year.
Matthew Webb discusses how the benefits of defined contribution plans can be sold to employees and employers alike