Businesses who use a net pay arrangement for defined contribution (DC) funds should reconsider enrolling their lowest earners into that scheme, Baroness Ros Altmann has said.
Kim Kaveh asks if the benefits of matching contributions are being communicated sufficiently.
Around three quarters of eligible private sector employees saved into a workplace pension in at least three of the last four years, data from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has shown.
According to the DWP
This week's top stories include estimates suggesting a 20% flat rate of tax relief could save the Treasury £13bn.
Just small differences in approach to saving for retirement could cause people to lose huge portions of income, according to research by Royal London and Milliman.
Smart Pension has completed a £15m funding round to enable it to offer its services to large clients, acquire sub-scale master trusts, and expand overseas.
More than a fifth of over-55s have opted out of auto-enrolment (AE), Now Pensions' customer data has suggested.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) has promised to put pressure on the next government to extend automatic enrolment (AE) to the self-employed and low paid.
The Conservative Party's plan to replace the state pension triple lock with a double lock has provoked mixed responses.
The Conservative Party has unveiled its manifesto for the General Election 2017. Here are the pension pledges in full...
The industry has reacted with concern after Labour revealed its plans to increase income tax, maintain the state pension age at 66, and impose new taxes on investments.
This week's top stories included coverage of Labour's leaked manifesto and a settlement being reached in the long-running Nortel Networks saga.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has fined high street firm Johnson Shoes £40,000 after it repeatedly failed to enrol its staff into a pension scheme because it was "too busy".
With political parties drawing up their manifestos for the snap general election, James Phillips explores the industry's greatest desires for the future of pensions
Withdrawals have hit £10bn barrier
Clarity over the controversial money purchase annual allowance is needed after it was removed from the Finance Bill, according to Pensions Buzz respondents.
The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) will not break even until 2026, at which point its debt to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will have hit £1.2bn.
In her final editor's comment Helen Morrissey says the one constant in pensions has been change.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has appointed Darren Ryder to temporarily take over as director of auto-enrolment (AE) when the current director Charles Counsell leaves next month.
Nearly half (47%) of 35 to 54-year-olds plan to use property to fund their retirement lifestyles, with some anticipating this despite not yet owning their own home.
LISA is here and we have to deal with it. Helen Morrissey says the pensions industry needs to start communicating.
Helen Morrissey looks at what the auto-enrolment review needs to focus on.
As the government's review into AE kicks off, how should the policy progress post-staging? James Phillips explores the industry view