Falls from £10,000 to £4,000
Fidelity International head of pensions policy
Lack of long-term planning evident
'Low interest rates push people to higher risk products', Octopus
Advisers suggest Brexit concerns could be overdone
The industry is divided on the FCA's proposed cap
Market set to consolidate on introduction of capital adequacy requirements
Futureyou looks to offer people control of their pension
A new award will help savers choose a SIPP without advice
Savings vehicles of any form welcomed by advice sector
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said it will establish a comparison tool, as one of several measures aimed at ensuring the annuities market is fair to consumers.
Tax relief changes have come into force
Stadia changed its permissions in 2013
Laura Miller takes stock of a troubled SIPP market
'Rip-off' charges crackdown
Is flat-rate tax relief the right way to go?
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.
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Professional connections all-important
Three problems with Osborne's policies
Pension scam awareness tips to pass on to clients
Why pensions will (and must) never be like bank accounts
The advantages of defined benefit (DB) pensions appear lost on some final salary savers who are frustrated by a government rule mandating they seek regulated advice before transferring out, research suggests.
Remembering pension transfer permissions