LV= has seen 25% growth across its retirement business over the first half of 2012.
The number of people saving through a workplace pension scheme has dropped 15% since 2007, with just a quarter of workers actively saving for retirement.
Two pension liberation schemes, which extracted £18m from retirement funds, have been taken to the High Court after intervention by The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
Equity release advances have increased to the highest level in two and a half years according to the Equity Release Council (ERC).
In this week's quick fire poll we ask: Labour have accused private pension charges of being unfair. Do you agree that pension charges are a rip-off?
Neil MacGillivray goes through some of the tax planning opportunities in pensions.
The 2% floor in gilt rates, set by HM Revenue & Customs in 2011, should be lifted to 3% or 4% to ease financial pressure on pensioners in drawdown, a provider has said.
Pensions minister Steve Webb has announced a clampdown on unfair pension fees which have 'torn the heart' out of savers' retirement funds.
The government response to a European Court of Justice Ruling outlawing gender-based pricing of annuities has made it more likely that a test case will be brought, a lawyer has said.
The majority of pension providers and managers are failing to inform savers about 'hidden charges' which typically wipe £100,000 off pension savings, a think tank has said.
Workers risk missing out on essential financial advice if Steve Webb's small pot pension plan goes ahead, Aegon has warned.
In this week's Retirement Planner quick fire poll we ask: Consumer groups have voiced concerns about DWP's small pot plan. Is a pot-follows-worker approach the best way forward?
We are seeing an increasing number of employers employing annuity brokerage services to help staff make appropriate retirement income decisions. However, delays in data transfer are causing problems. Helen Morrissey looks at why these delays are occurring...
Consumer groups are "extremely concerned" about the government's decision to pursue a pot-follows-worker approach to pension consolidation.
Labour's latest policy document on pension charges is "hugely misleading" and ill-timed ahead of the launch of auto-enrolment, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
There are huge opportunities for financial advisers to speak to clients about equity release, according to research by Just Retirement.
Founder of The Money Portal Tony Morris and his associate Peter Malmstrom have been cleared of taking part in the £52m GP Noble pension scheme fraud.
In this week's quick fire poll we ask: Are you telling your clients to annuitise now or face further rate falls?
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has clarified the way in which consultants are allowed to charge for setting up group personal pensions for auto-enrolment.
The latest round of quantitative easing (QE) from the Bank of England (BoE) is set to drive down annuity rates even further, hitting pensioners' incomes.
Prudential has called for women over the age of 55 to check whether they will receive the full State Pension.