The lifetime allowance will rise to £1,073,000 from next April as inflation in the year to September stands at 1.7%.
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.
Experts have called on the industry to personalise pension communications and expand auto-enrolment (AE) to all workers ahead of the fifth Pension Awareness Day on Sunday.
The top stories this week were the High Court's decision to block the £12bn annuity transfer from Prudential to Rothesay Life, and a separate court ruling that 'raises the bar' for pension rectification exercises.
This week's top stories included Legal & General completing a record-breaking buyout with the Rolls-Royce UK Pension Fund, and the government setting out plans for flexible NHS pensions.
Guy Opperman has admitted incorrect state pension forecasts have been issued for a third of a million people since 2016 with defined benefit (DB) members with "complex" work histories facing a "significant problem".
The new tax year brings a number of changes for pensions including the long-awaited name change for the Single Financial Guidance Body (SFGB).
A government failure to update equality legislation means schemes offering bridging pensions could fall foul of provisions in the Equality Act 2010 - leaving them reliant on EU law as an interim solution.
Alan Pickering says politicians should have the freedom to redefine what is meant by 'absolute'
The lifetime allowance will rise to £1,054,800 from April next year as the Office for National Statistics (ONS) recorded inflation at 2.4% in the year to September.
Jonathan Stapleton says the success of the government's check your state pension service shows just how popular a dashboard could be if it can be launched.
Around eight million state pension forecasts have been viewed online since the digital service was launched in February 2016, Professional Pensions analysis reveals.
The new tax year brings a number of changes to the pensions world, not least the first round of phasing for auto-enrolled employees.
GAD report paints 'grim picture'
The UK pensions system remains relatively ungenerous and unequal compared to other countries, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has said.
This week we want to know if the UK is facing a crisis in the retirement income market and whether government concern about a rushed cold calling ban is valid.
Michael Klimes takes a look at what politicians said about pensions at this year's party conferences
This week we want to know if it was right to introduce Freedom and Choice and how likely it is tax relief will be cut in the November Budget.
As the government plays catch-up with the state pension age, Malcolm McLean wonders whether 70 is now the new 64.
The state pension age (SPA) could stick at 67 if the government redirects finances from boosted gross domestic product (GDP) arising from the advance of robots and artificial intelligence (AI).
Experts have called on the government to clarify the relationship between state pension age increases and the age from when individuals can flexibly access their pension pots.
Movements to equalise the state pension age (SPA) between men and women have led to more than £5bn of extra money for the government, latest analysis reveals.
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.
The government has confirmed it will raise the state pension age (SPA) to 68 between 2037 and 2039, seven years ahead of the date range originally planned.