Work and pensions secretary Esther McVey has backed the pensions industry to deliver the pensions dashboard after months of uncertainty surrounding the project.
Anthony Rafferty says that arguments against the dashboard, based on legacy data issues, ignore the power and good it can do for the younger generations
Some 10 million people in the UK stand to retire with £15,000 less if the government scraps the pension dashboard, according to research by 38 Degrees.
Jonathan Stapleton says the success of the government's check your state pension service shows just how popular a dashboard could be if it can be launched.
Around eight million state pension forecasts have been viewed online since the digital service was launched in February 2016, Professional Pensions analysis reveals.
A petition urging the government not to scrap its support for the pensions dashboard has attracted more than 125,000 signatures since its launch some three weeks ago.
A set of recommendations to help the pensions industry deliver its objectives and better communicate with people over pensions issues has been published by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA).
This week's top stories included coverage of the Competition and Markets Authority's provisional decision following its investigation of investment consulting and fiduciary management.
A petition urging the government to not scrap its support for the pensions dashboard has garnered more than 14,000 signatures in two days.
Andy Tarrant says without government backing, the pensions dashboard cannot become the one-stop shop it's intended to be
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Secretary of state for work and pensions Esther McVey may end the government's involvement in the pensions dashboard project, according to reports.
The government should allow the industry to develop multiple commercial pensions dashboards, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
The pensions dashboard is due to launch next year but is now at risk of delay. As the industry awaits the DWP's feasibility study, Stephanie Baxter looks at some of the outstanding issues
The youngest pension savers desire online tools to help them see the value of their pots but a third of employers offer no web-based services, according to analysis by PwC.
Just over one in five people with multiple pension pots have lost track of some of their savings, Aegon research finds.
Any pension dashboard will need to be able to cope with as many as 15 million people from day one, according to analysis by Origo.
The Work and Pensions Committee has called for the government to introduce an auto-drawdown option while allowing NEST to offer decumulation products, James Phillips reports
Phasing has arrived with auto-enrolment contributions rising from 2% to 5% for millions of pension savers. As we wait to see what happens as a result, James Phillips asks what's next.
The government and the industry "need to work in partnership" to enable savers to take control of their future, pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman has said.
Esther McVey must ensure current pension projects are not neglected and continue the success of auto-enrolment (AE) as a priority, industry commentators say.
This week we want to know if the PLSA should create one overall policy board and what is the optimal number of pages for a statutory money purchase illustration.
A raft of consultations and draft regulations will greet the industry over the coming weeks and months, the pensions and financial inclusion minister confirms.
PP research shows stark opposition to reduction of tax relief.