Have occupational pensions been reinvigorated?
UK - The Queen today confirmed the coalition government will legislate for the phasing out of the default retirement age and set a timetable for raising the state pension age, depending on the outcome of a review.
The Queen today confirmed the coalition government will legislate for the phasing out of the default retirement age and set a timetable for raising the state pension age, depending on the outcome of a review.
George Osborne's announcement that the department for communities and local government will bear £780m in cuts will increase the scrutiny on the affordability of local government pensions, Mike Woodall warns.
The coalition government is set to detail how it plans to make £6bn in spending cuts this year at its first Budget on Tuesday June 22.
At the beginning of March, Professional Pensions interviewed the then Liberal Democrat pensions spokesman Steve Webb about his party's key pensions policies in the build up to the general election.
New work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith must take a "fresh" look at auto-enrolment and not pre-suppose pensions policy is "done and dusted" because of the launch of Nest, Aegon's Rachel Vahey says.
Chris Grayling is rumoured to be named as the new pensions minister under the Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition government.
This week has very publicly exposed, among other things, the extent to which wrangling and short-term deal making are inherent in politics.
Investors thought it was all over. But it's not.
Conservative party chairman Eric Pickles has been appointed to the cabinet as communities and local government secretary.
An independent commission investigating the viability of public sector pensions is to be established as part of the Liberal Democrat/Conservative coalition government.
Theresa May has been confirmed as home secretary in the Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition, paving the way for Phillip Hammond to become secretary of state for work and pensions.
Press day for LGPS Gazette fell on 7 May - the day after the most hotly contested General Election in decades.
UK - The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats coalition deal could have heavy implications for policies on tax relief on pension scheme contributions.
The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats coalition deal could have heavy implications for policies on tax relief on pension scheme contributions.
Capital Gains Tax is set to rise on so called 'non-business' assets under the new coalition government to help reduce income tax for low earners.
Iain Duncan Smith has been confirmed as secretary of state for work and pensions.
The FTSE 100 is losing some of yesterday's gains in as Gordon Brown's resignation and the prospect of further political uncertainty sends jitters through the markets.
A government auction of £2.25bn of gilts was two-and-a-half times oversubscribed despite uncertainty over the result of the election.
Gordon Brown will quit as Labour Party leader before the party conference in September.
Gordon Brown said he accepted Liberal Democrats leader Nick Clegg will talk to the Tories about forming a Government before the Labour party.
The final result of the first hung parliament in over 30 years is still unclear.
Incisive Media editorial services director David Worsfold and PP editor Jonathan Stapleton discuss the election results and assess its impact.