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As millennials start to enter their fifth decade, their thoughts need to turn to funding retirement
DWP blames administrative problems during the pandemic
FCA does not routinely check whether guidance is followed on payouts for unsuitable transfer advice
Retirees unsure about managing their funds but resist advice
Thousands of former British Steel Pension Scheme members in Port Talbot are eligible for compensation
Geoffrey Armin ‘disregarded’ information in directing clients to transfer out of scheme
State pension reforms will hit bereaved spouse’s finances
Johnson and Sunak call on institutional investors to help economic recovery
Large, diversified CDC funds will allow generations to protect each other
FCA may invoke rarely used powers to help thousands of former British Steel workers given unsuitable advice
Investors must act to protect rights, as government plans to raise minimum access age from 55 to 57
Tax relief on retirement savings looks to be ‘low hanging fruit’ for a chancellor desperate to balance the books
Are you in danger of breaching the lifetime allowance? Stopping contributions might not be the right answer
John Ralfe argues that Britain’s CDC pensions legislation needs to be made fairer.
Pension changes and low benefit uptake drive hardship, with over 85s and women worst hit
Rules are changing to send more retirement savings into illiquid investments
Letters sent to clients of IFAs who have since gone bust
Millions have seen their pension prospects shaken by the pandemic
Four taxing questions to ask well before your 60th birthday
Senior officers ‘question their commitment’ to forces in light of tax charges
Industry must engage with savers with new tools and ideas
Government unveils plans to ban combination charges to make fees easier for savers to understand and compare
Former regulator says government should push reform of fees structure, not loosen charge cap
Few seek guidance while scams have cost about £10bn since 2015
A third way is needed between paternalism and financial individualism