Auto-enrolment reforms have transformed the UK’s pension system. Nick Reeve looks at latest research examining the lessons to be learned from the process.
Scottish health secretary Jeane Freeman has written to chancellor Sajid Javid demanding he find a solution for heavily-taxed senior NHS workers in his upcoming Budget.
Almost half (44%) of clinical and non-clinical trust executive directors are considering or planning to leave the NHS in the next two years due to pension taxation, according to NHS Providers.
This week’s top stories include reports of HM Treasury’s plans to give higher tax relief to those earning over £110,000, and Sir Steve Webb’s move from Royal London to Lane Clark and Peacock.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has welcomed the government’s latest update on the details of the pension schemes bill.
HM Treasury has confirmed that the government will hold its Budget on 11 March.
The government should consider making auto-enrolment (AE) minimum contributions compulsory and removing tax-relief from this sum, Baroness Ros Altmann says.
Tax simplification must return to the top of the government’s pensions agenda in order to boost saving potential, says Alan Pickering.
The UK’s consumer prices index (CPI) has fallen to its lowest level since November 2016, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
The volume of regulation and the cost of regulators has risen sharply over the past decade. Robin Ellison asks if it is time for a rethink.
HM Treasury has announced that the government’s next Budget will take place on 6 November, although this depends on the outcome of the Brexit negotiations.
James Phillips spoke to the former shadow chancellor at PBUK about how politicians must embrace the benefits of long-term policy creation through independent and cross-party thinking.
Philip Hammond's Spring Statement was empty of any direct pension news as the Treasury sought to avoid major policy announcements.
The government will proceed with a range of changes to the investment consultant and fiduciary management markets as recommended by a major competition review.
TPT Retirement Solutions has launched a pension scheme for the education sector which offers schools both defined contribution (DC) and defined benefit (DB) pension provision.
HM Treasury has agreed in principle to give NEST a £329m contingent liability guarantee in the event of the master trust's wind up or closure.
The pensions minister says the new guidance body will help younger generations become the savvy savers of tomorrow.
Jonathan Stapleton reports on why Lord Myners believes there needs to be a new review of the investment principles.
Philip Hammond's 2018 Budget speech was entirely devoid of any mention of pensions, but the documents do include some things for the industry to take note of. Professional Pensions rounds up the eight key Budget plans and shortcomings.
The government and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) are "keeping under review" suggestions the regulator should update its rules on regulated firms buying leads obtained by cold-calling.
This week's top stories included The Insolvency Service disqualifying four trustee directors who were found to have mismanaged members' pension funds.
A consultation on a cold-calling ban will be published "imminently", the government has said as it laid out plans for the policy.
The government has confirmed the long-awaited ban on pensions cold-calling will now be delayed until Autumn.
Kirsty Cooper has been appointed the insurance and pensions champion for the government's expanded dormant assets scheme.