Stephen Lowe takes a look at the recent Budget changes and highlights the need for more customer protection.
Two thirds of employees approaching retirement are planning to stay in either paid or unpaid work once they retire from their full-time jobs, a survey suggests.
Many people look to the US and Australia as models of DC best practice. However, are we right to follow their lead when it comes to auto-enrolment? Helen Morrissey takes a closer look.
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As more individuals choose to work beyond the state pension age, Andy James weighs up the options for those approaching retirement.
Pensions firm Barnett Waddingham has bought Harsant Services' 2,700-strong self-invested personal pension (SIPP) book for an undisclosed sum.
There is a medium risk of an interim levy on life and pensions advisers from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) due to the volume of claims against self invested personal pension (SIPP) providers, it has said.
Operating profits at Phoenix Group increased to £266m in the first half of the year compared to £186m for the same period in 2013, latest results show.
From April next year DB transfers will be subject to mandatory financial advice. But David Trenner thinks trustees should insist on it immediately.
Four out of five investment advisers are concerned that inappropriate products are being rushed to market to take advantage of changes announced in the Budget, research has found.
The average gap between the best and worst annuity rates is almost 35%, according to analysis of official market figures by Hargreaves Lansdown.
Prudential is planning to move into the platform space as part of a drive to diversify its business, the company has told analysts.
Most of our ideas about retirement need to be… retired, writes Brendan Llewellyn.
Annuity provider Partnership has signed an investment management agreement with Rothschild to invest £150m in commercial mortgages as it announced a significant fall in annuity sales.
Government plans to offer independent guidance to all retirees do not go far enough because retirement needs are too complex, argues St James's Place (SJP).
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