A controversial decision to slash the Money Purchase Annual Allowance (MPAA) from £10,000 to £4,000 will be scrapped as the Treasury seeks to trim the Finance Bill.
A prototype of the pensions dashboard has been demonstrated to government ministers on time, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has announced.
Robin Ellison says we need a change in HMRC's approach to dealing with pension tax issues
This week's top stories include coverage of the Spring Budget, where the chancellor confirmed the money purchase annual allowance will fall to £4,000.
The Treasury select committee is to investigate how low interest rates and quantitative easing have impacted the economy since 2008.
The Treasury and Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have launched a consultation on merging financial guidance services into a unified body to provide a more efficient and central support service.
The government has reaffirmed its commitment to crack down on pensions cold calling and give firms more powers to block suspicious transfers.
The chancellor will outline plans to ban pensions cold calling and give firms more powers to block suspicious transfers in this Wednesday's Autumn Statement.
The government must ensure all providers are involved in the pensions dashboard and the project is delivered on time according to a technology expert.
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.
The most popular stories were a potential RAA for British Steel Pension Scheme if the government shelves plans to change pension law, and Treasury plans to launch the pensions dashboard by next Spring.
A single rate of tax relief could be "far too attractive" for chancellor Philip Hammond to not consider introducing through his Autumn Statement, says public policy expert Iain Anderson.
A pension dashboard prototype will be launched by 11 providers next spring, the Treasury has said.
This week's biggest stories were the introduction of the LISA bill, the Pensions Regulator urging trustees to wake up to ESG risks, and shareholder rebellions at Sports Direct and ExxonMobil AGMs.
Pension professionals have welcomed the government's decision to keep the lifetime ISA (LISA) simple after a bill containing details of the saving vehicle was published.
The Treasury is seeking views on whether to allow defined contribution (DC) members to access their pensions before retirement to pay for financial advice.
The review of automatic enrolment (AE) in 2017 is an opportunity to think more strategically about pensions says Tim Sharp.
Back to early 2015 levels
Concerns have been raised over the potential impact increasing Treasury involvement will have on pensions policy. Helen Morrissey takes a look
Majority of respondents believe trustees can perform fiduciary duties despite murky information on investment fees.
The most popular stories included coverage of the ongoing inquiry into the collapse of British Home Stores, and mounting concerns over the Treasury's takeover of pension policy.
There has been a quiet takeover of UK pensions policy which will have profound consequences across the pensions landscape according to Steve Webb.
The "almost total takeover" of pension policy by the Treasury has been described as "profoundly concerning" by Royal London director of policy Steve Webb.