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.
The Centre for Social Justice has proposed raising the state pension age to 75 by 2035, despite a slowdown in mortality improvements. Holly Roach reports
Nearly nine million employees aged 45 and over are "sleep-walking" into retirement, unaware of how much they need to save, according to research from Aviva.
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.
The government will have to justify proposed changes to the state pension age (SPA) after a Prospect petition secured over 12,000 signatures.
PP research finds little support for amending pensions law to force consideration of climate risks.
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.
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).
This week's top stories include experts warning that trustees must act now on common and conditional data as the deadline approaches and calls for partial transfers DB transfers to be a right. Here are the top five.
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.
Most respondents believe raising it to 68 earlier than planned is good for the economy
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.
A "period of stability" for the state pension age is needed and so the government should postpone any increase decision, the union Prospect has said.
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.
The industry has warned that asset managers which fail to sign up to the code of transparency will face tough scrutiny by schemes and could risk being sacked.
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.
This week we want to know whether member-nominated trustees should be paid in addition to being reimbursed for travel and other expenses.
A $224trn (£174.2trn) combined deficit could hit the six largest pension systems if action is not taken now to address longevity risk, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has warned.
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.
The Conservative Party's plan to replace the state pension triple lock with a double lock has provoked mixed responses.
The Conservative Party has unveiled its manifesto for the General Election 2017. Here are the pension pledges in full...