Most respondents in this week's Pensions Buzz think allowing people to use pensions to buy homes is a bad idea.
An Australian pensions expert has expressed his reservations about the timing and design of the lifetime ISA (LISA) at the Society of Pension Professionals' (SPP) annual conference.
Workplace pensions should be supplemented with other savings vehicles if employees are to save adequately for retirement according to an industry panel.
Third of 35-44-year-olds paying for 'here and now'
There is a risk savers could be "dissuaded" from starting their pension or increasing contributions as a result of Brexit, warns Natixis Global Asset Management.
British pensioners will be worse off if the country votes to leave the European Union (EU) on 23 June the Treasury warns.
The lifetime ISA (LISA) offers the industry an opportunity to develop a savings culture among young workers such as graduates according to Hymans Robertson's Rob Harper.
Trustees relying on equities and gilt yields to improve are taking a big gamble and could result in a rush of schemes going bust, says Hugh Nolan.
A person dedicated to fighting for pensioners is still needed according to research from PP.
The industry has serious questions about the lifetime ISA introduced in the Budget.
The majority of employers believe auto-enrolment administration is pretty easy, however smaller firms are feeling the pain.
A former owner of Carrington Wire Limited (CWL) has been banned from acting as a company director after helping the firm's parent company dump its defined benefit (DB) scheme.
Almost 5.5 million people in 60,000 firms have been automatically enrolled since 2012, according to the latest government figures.
Chancellor George Osborne has said he will wait until next spring to reveal the government's view on reforming pension tax relief.
WSB examines research on business attitudes to pension schemes in a period of unprecedented change.
Extension to £1,000 could help confront 'inconvenient truth' about access to advice
George Osborne has been having a big say in pensions policy since Budget 2014. Owain Thomas explains that this could be set for a further five years.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has launched a website to help small employers through the auto-enrolment process.
An increasing number of firms are leaving it to the very last minute to comply with their auto-enrolment obligations, according to one major provider.
Sponsoring employers will not have to help fund equalised survivor benefits for widowers and same sex partners before 2005.
Over two thirds of staff (61%) at Clifford Chance have contributed to their pensions in the first three months since the launch of the law firm's benefits programme CCMe.
Aon Employee Benefits has launched an online retirement platform, Bigblue Touch 4life, to give scheme members access to freedom and choice.
The Summer Budget brought several significant changes in the workplace benefits arena. WSB breaks down the key ones.
Defined contribution (DC) members using the pension flexibilities may find their savings are hit by inheritance tax (IHT) because of a "legislative error".