The government has spent £13.25m on advertising for Pension Wise since 2014, with an additional £4.5m planned this tax year.
This week's top stories included 2020 Trustees being fined for failing to produce two chair's statements.
But 'clearer case' for change expected in 2020
Professional trustee firm 2020 Trustees was fined £4,000 for failing to produce two chair's statements between July and September 2017, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has revealed.
Employers which pay just lip service to their auto-enrolment (AE) duties risk being sued if members fail to receive good outcomes, according to Royal London and Eversheds Sutherland.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has successfully prosecuted a bus company and its managing director for deliberately failing to provide staff with a workplace pension scheme.
Smart Pension is seeking to introduce a mechanism whereby its savers can add to their pension pot when making purchases online or the high street.
A raft of consultations and draft regulations will greet the industry over the coming weeks and months, the pensions and financial inclusion minister confirms.
The three chairmen of the DWP's review of AE explain their key thinking around the future of the flagship programme. James Phillips reports
Auto-enrolment has proved a great success in its first five years, says Chris Knight, but the financial services sector has much work to do to ensure Britain's workers actually end up enjoying a comfortable retirement.
National retirement income targets are needed to help savers understand whether they are putting away enough money for old age, the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) suggests.
Nudged winter fuel payments into life
October 2017 marks the fifth anniversary of auto-enrolment. Stephanie Hawthorne assesses its progress so far and looks at areas for future improvement.
The 2017 edition of The Future Book suggests many default funds are not diversified enough to protect savers against market downturns, James Phillips reports.
Lifestyle strategies adopted as default funds do not adequately protect members from potential market downturn, latest research suggests.
This week we want to know how effective Workie has been in engaging employers with their auto-enrolment duties and will Guy Opperman still be pensions minister at the end of this parliament.
A significant majority (72%) of the public are unaware minimum employee auto-enrolment (AE) contributions could triple from 1% to 3% next April.
Celebrities to replace ‘Workie’
The government's review of auto-enrolment (AE) may recommend that the minimum qualifying age should be reduced from 22- to 16-years-old.
Occupational pension scheme membership hit yet another record high in 2016, with more than 39.2 million saving through their workplace, latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) data reveal.
Seven in 10 savers want the government to introduce mandatory contribution rates as many are confused about how much they need to save into their pension, according to a BlackRock survey.
The PLSA's new chief executive Julian Mund speaks to James Phillips about the association's plans for the future and how it will balance competing interests
The pension freedoms have had unintended consequences which should have been foreseen, Michael Johnson has said.
Smart Pension has named Claire Altman as its first head of financial services, while Andy Cheseldine will take over her role as independent chair of trustees.