Everyone thinks they know their age, but the number of times we cirlce the sun may not be the most accurate measure. James Phillips looks at emerging science and the impact on retirement policy.
A handful of industry heavyweights have begun trialling a so-called 'mid-life MOT', with positive initial results reported by all those involved.
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
Nearly eight million people fear they will not have enough money to retire when they reach state pension age (SPA), Age UK research has revealed.
Tim Sharp says the government's plans to increase the state pension age to 68 from 2037 is an absurdly crude mechanism for forcing people to work longer
Plans to raise the state pension age (SPA) to 68 seven years ahead of schedule by 2039 has been welcomed by the industry as a necessary move to reflect rising life expectancy and keep costs affordable.
In line with Cridland report
The new work and pensions minister David Gauke has laid into past governments who "tinkered around the edges" with pensions policy.
The UK has awoken to shock news that the Conservative Party has failed to secure an overall majority, leaving the future government hanging somewhat in the balance.
Changes to pension policy must be viewed "through the lens of intergenerational fairness" by a future government, the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has argued.
The Conservative Party's plan to replace the state pension triple lock with a double lock has provoked mixed responses.
This week we want to know if you agree with Theresa May that the Pensions Regulator should be able to veto mergers and acquisitions in certain circumstances.
The question of the state pension age will not be answered before the snap general election, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has told PP.
The Conservative Party is considering retaining the triple lock protection for the state pension, according to reports.
A surprise general election is in store in just over month, but battle lines are yet to be drawn. James Phillips explores where pensions sit in the chaos.
Theresa May's surprise announcement to hold a general election on 8 June has thrown into doubt the future of the state pension triple lock and qualifying age.
The state pension triple lock is too expensive to keep long term according to Pensions Buzz respondents.
The government must find other ways to work out how to set the state pension age (SPA), says Adrian Boulding.
The government should scrap the state pension 'triple lock' and replace it with an earnings link, according to John Cridland's long-anticipated review.
Pensions minister Richard Harrington has commissioned the Government Actuary's Department (GAD) to assess projected life expectancy in future years for the state pension age review.
The issue of healthy life expectancy and the ability to work longer will be vital in determining state pension policy according to John Cridland.
The government's independent state pension age reviewer John Cridland has said he will explore whether it is possible to "smooth the transition" between the working age and retirement in his interim report.
As the independent state pension review kicks off Hilary Salt argues we need to look more closely at the concept of ageing.
Early state pension access for women affected by the age increase could lead to flexibility for everyone.