Have you missed this week's pensions news? Here's Retirement Planner's round-up of the top five stories this week.
Labour has backed the Chancellor's move to radically overhaul the pension system, which will give retirees freedom to do what they want with their money at age 55.
Annuity provider Partnership has extended its annuity guarantee and cooling-off periods in response to Wednesday's Budget, which announced sweeping reforms for the annuity market.
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has warned advisers that "ticking all the boxes from a compliance point of view" may not be enough to win in a complaint case.
The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has revised its calculation of how much inheritance tax will be paid between now and 2018 by £800m, just three months after it last issued the figures.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) are taking steps to ensure their approach to overseeing workplace pensions does not result in "regulatory arbitrage".
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More than half of people over the age of 55 see financial security as a top priority in retirement, yet a third allocate more time to buying a new car, research from Legal & General (L&G) has found.
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