The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will ban the charging of flat fees on auto-enrolment (AE) pots valued at or below £100 and launch work on how to standardise cost and charges reporting.
Former pensions minister Eagle named on list too
The Pensions Dashboards Programme (PDP) has published its second progress update report – setting out a timeline for the development of the project and revealing the dashboard would not be ready to be offered to consumers until 2023.
'Financial vulnerability could increase'
Budget speech confirmation
The government has launched a review into the UK funds regime in a bid to ensure the ongoing competitiveness and sustainability of the sector.
Asset managers must make changes
Developed by industry-wide group
30% flat rate of tax relief proposed
Chancellor spoke to MPs today
Election pledges revealed
Following Steve Webb's CISI conference speech
Following departure of Nico Marais
Currently 16th in League One
Move revealed in Budget documents
Announcement expected in the Budget
Tim Jones becomes CBE
The government has introduced an income tax exemption for regulated financial advice provided as part of employer-led transfer exercises from defined benefit (DB) to defined contribution (DC) pension schemes.
The 2015-16 tax year will be split into two mini tax years for the purposes of the annual allowance as part of transitional rules, the government has announced.
A shift from an 'EET' to a ‘TEE' tax system could save the government £10bn a year, academic Michael Johnson has said.
Pensions minister Ros Altmann has pledged to ‘clear up' confusion over the new state pension.
Frank Field has been elected as chairman of the House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee.
Who will get the job on 8 May?
How pensions tax relief has been slashed since 2006
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) used its formal powers to ensure employers comply with their automatic enrolment duties on 23 separate occasions up to the end of June this year.
HM Treasury is set to change tax rules in a bid to help providers develop new retirement income products that better meet the evolving needs of members.
HMRC has published guidance on the transitional issues associated with the pension changes that were announced in this year's Budget.
Australia is considering whether to force people to convert all or part of their pension benefits into retirement products to help manage longevity.
The Pensions Ombudsman has revealed it is investigating 84 complaints about pension liberation.
The reduction of the withdrawal tax rate from 55% to an individual's marginal income tax rate will increase tax income by £1.2bn a year by 2019, Budget documents show.
Pension PlayPen has launched a free comparison tool to rate and compare quotes from all the main pension providers.
The National Association of Pension Funds is investigating steps it can take to help DC members get a better deal at retirement - hinting at the launch of a broker service.
The next government must "brave up" and start raising auto-enrolment (AE) contribution rates towards 12% to 15% to manage expectations of savers, the head of the National Association of Pension Funds has said.
The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has made a range of recommendations in a bid to make tax simpler for Britain's pensioners.
The Office of Tax Simplification has made a range of recommendations in a bid to make tax simpler for Britain's pensioners.
‘Inappropriate' active member discounts (AMDs) could threaten the success of auto-enrolment and must be restricted, Legal & General has warned.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has released details of its probe into GP Noble Trustees - vowing to take "swift action" to disrupt fraud in the future.
Some 70% of advisers plan to use an external solution to help meet auto-enrolment technology requirements, Staffcare research reveals.
Consultancy charging rules come into force at the end of this year. Jonathan Stapleton assesses the impact they will have on employers offering group personal pension schemes to their workforce.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has issued guidance confirming salary sacrifice pension schemes will be able to meet automatic enrolment requirements.
The auto-enrolment earnings trigger and the lower and upper limits for the qualifying earnings band have been confirmed by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
Auto-enrolment will force small employers to reduce benefits and potentially freeze recruitment to meet rising pension costs, trade bodies have warned.
Plans to introduce a code of conduct forcing pension fund management fees to be disclosed to savers in a simple "pounds and pence" format may actually end up costing lower-paid members more, industry figures have warned.
The government is set to take action over companies offering cash incentives to leave defined benefit (DB) pension schemes.
The lastest round of quantitative easing (QE) has made gilts more expensive and may drive international bond investors to cash in on the asset class, fund managers warns.
The latest round of quantitative easing (QE) sparked a surprise rise in gilt yields yesterday, despite fears of long-term falls which could increase pension scheme liabilities.
Pension funds are calling for an urgent meeting with The Pensions Regulator to discuss ways of protecting UK schemes from the negative effects of quantitative easing, after the Bank today expanded the programme by £75bn.
The Bank of England's (BoE) second round of quantitative easing (QE) will be a "Titanic disaster" for pension schemes and members, Saga says.