'Drawdown isn't always the best option for clients'
Perhaps a multi-disciplinary approach is what is called for
Mix of investments held in decumulation products also of interest to watchdog
Statement brings 'clarity' to the current situation
Advisers are unhappy about the taper plans
Brown's era was a 'golden age for well-heeled pension savers'
IHT technicality could hit people with impaired life expectancy
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) may simplify the way it calculates the value of personal pensions with a guaranteed annuity rate (GAR) to make it easier for parties to understand when independent financial advice is required.
Single rate of about £155 per week set to be introduced in April
Research takes a lot of time and effort to do well
Product change after freedom and choice
Pension saving 'is good for you'
Fraudsters don't stick to just one scam
The adviser's role in establishing LPAs
Pensions minister: 'I really feel for the affected women'
The Pensions Ombudsman has ordered Abbey Life to pay almost £10,000 to a scheme member for failing to inform her that she had a guaranteed annuity rate (GAR).
Freedom for both clients and their investment advisers
Ex-minister favours advice vouchers over Pension Wise
Job losses projected after annuity providers' merger
Solving the UK pensions crisis one step at a time
More enrolment little use if it doesn't lead to higher retirement incomes, body suggests
Often overlooked but could make a big difference
'Sensible' approach as smaller pots taken as cash and larger pots used for income, data suggests
Two funds to be run by external groups including Schroders and TwentyFour