The transition from RPI to CPIH could have a significant impact on pension funds. However, as Con Keating says, the real challenges of this shift may come from an unexpected area.
The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has revised up the UK's GDP growth forecast for 2018 in today's inaugural Spring Statement, while forecasting inflation will fall to 2% by the end of 2018.
Tax relief reductions have lowered the allure of pensions relative to other savings products, potentially costing the government billions of pounds in lost tax revenue over the long term.
What impact will current events have on the amount of money government spends on pensions? Charlotte Moore finds out
Chancellor George Osborne's commitment to austerity might force him to break his promise on the triple lock for state pensions. Michael Klimes finds out why
Public sector pensions will cost taxpayers an additional £9bn a year due to a ‘toxic' combination of the Public Service Pensions Bill and state pension reform, a Centre for Policy Studies paper shows.
The Office for Budget Responsibility has downgraded its outlook for the UK economy.
The Public Service Pensions Bill 2013 will be announced in Parliament with controversy over strike action and accusations of "steamrolling".
George Osborne will deliver his annual Autumn Statement on 5 December.