Frank Field MP has said the £12.6bn deficit at the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) and the transfer advice individuals receive are topics which demand closer scrutiny.
Despite earning above the £10,000 trigger, around 106,000 people with more than one job are excluded from auto-enrolment (AE), according to Citizens Advice.
The Citizens Advice pension scheme has selected Punter Southall to provide a range of services.
Three out of ten people are using the pension freedoms to put extra cash in bank accounts due to concerns about the economy, according to Citizens Advice.
An anti-scam campaign will run for the next four weeks to help improve awareness of fraudsters' common traits, following concerns they are increasingly targeting pension fund members.
Seven in ten people who have accessed their pension since the April freedoms have not looked around for different products, according to Citizens Advice.
The government is being urged to legislate to tackle the rising problem of scams. PP looks at what can be done.
Pension scams have been an unwelcome feature of the pensions landscape for quite some time. However, the introduction of freedom and choice has undoubtedly made things worse. Helen Morrissey asks how we can tackle the scammers.
Citizens Advice research reveals people risk being scammed as fraudsters take advantage of flexibilities, writes PP.
As Pension wise marks its first year of operation, Kristian Brunt-Seymour speaks to staff at the service's Banbury branch about their experience so far and how they think the service will evolve.
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Self-employed people would rather invest cash into savings accounts, cash ISAs or property than pay into a private pension, according to research by Citizens Advice.
Citizens Advice has welcomed news that the Treasury will legislate to cap pension early exit charges levied on savers using pension freedoms.
The Financial Advice Market Review will examine how access to advice can be improved
Three quarters of trustees and pension professionals think the government should scrap its restrictions on how often people can use Pension wise, PP research finds.
Citizens Advice has suggested that over 55s should be able to access face-to-face guidance from Pension wise on more than one occasion.
The quality of data collected by Pension wise needs to be improved to see whether freedom and choice is working, the work and pensions committee has heard.
Fraudsters targeting pension pots in the wake of freedom and choice reforms are increasingly linking their efforts to investment scams such as fine wines and overseas property, Citizens Advice has warned.
The Financial Conduct Authority has finalised how it will monitor the performance of The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) and Citizens Advice Bureau in delivering the guidance guarantee.
The industry must ensure the difference between guidance and advice is spelled if the public are to benefit fully from retirement flexibilities, warns the Money Advice Service (MAS).
Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) has warned pensioners are twice as likely to be targeted by fraudsters after it received over 5,000 calls last year.
More than two thirds of industry insiders think Pension wise will suffer "major problems" in its first few weeks, according to Professional Pensions research.
Over half of businesses doubt the effectiveness of the government's guidance guarantee service Pension wise, according to research.
Pension wise will be available from over 500 locations across England and Wales according to the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB).