The Lifetime ISA (LISA) has not caused an exodus from workplace pensions as feared, research by AJ Bell finds.
The Treasury Committee has called upon the government to abolish the lifetime ISA (LISA) just 16 months after it was first made available, after receiving persistently negative feedback on the product.
The pension industry's reaction to the lack of policy in the Autumn Budget has been a mixture of relief and disappointment.
The pension freedoms have had unintended consequences which should have been foreseen, Michael Johnson has said.
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 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.
Malcolm McLean says while the LISA may be attractive for some people, as a long-term savings vehicle it falls far short of the traditional workplace pension.
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.
Large employers may begin offering a lifetime or workplace ISA as part of their employee benefits package within the next five years, Willis Towers Watson research has revealed.
As the LISA launches to the public, the industry may need to play a role in ensuring savers get the best possible outcome. James Phillips explores its potential future
The government has been urged to allow Lifetime ISA (LISA) savers to use their pots to pay for financial advice, putting the product on par with pensions and other ISAs.
Hargreaves Lansdown may be the first provider to offer the lifetime ISA (LISA) as it plans to launch the product on the first day possible.
The lifetime ISA (LISA) needs an independent governance mechanism to ensure savers' money is invested appropriately, PTL has argued.
Alex Cunningham, the shadow pensions minister, speaks to James Phillips about his new brief, auto-enrolment, and DB deficits
More than 20% of 23 to 36-year-olds are likely to opt out of a workplace pension they have been auto-enrolled into, research by Dunstan Thomas suggests.
The government has been criticised for excluding pensions from a poster which aims to inform the public on the various savings vehicles available.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said individuals must be warned about losing employer pension contributions where they opt out to save into the lifetime ISA (LISA).
Three in five (61%) savers would consider opening a Lifetime ISA (LISA), with 37% doing so immediately upon its launch, a survey by Hymans Robertson reveals.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will consider giving The Pensions Regulator (TPR) additional powers should they be needed, pensions minister Richard Harrington says.
Labour has called for the lifetime ISA (LISA) to be delayed until 2018 in a stark warning about the potential consequences for auto-enrolment (AE).
More than 200,000 savers will have taken up the lifetime ISA (LISA) within a year of its launch, according to the Treasury.
Young savers are willing to give up employer contributions to save for retirement in the lifetime ISA (LISA), despite this reducing their potential funds.
Savers should be able to use their nest eggs to buy a home, according to pensions minister Richard Harrington.
This week we want to know if the government should delay bringing in the lifetime ISA, after concerns the industry might not be ready.