Pensions minister Steve Webb has announced the Department of Work and Pensions will publish its Reinvigorating Pensions report on 22 November.
The minister announced the publication date at a 70th anniversary party for master trust provider B&CE.
The paper is the long-awaited policy statement outlining the government's plans for retirement saving in an environment created by state pension and workplace saving reform.
Launching the strategy in July this year, work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith said reforming the pensions system was "the only responsible course of action."
He said the paper will cover three areas of reform, highlighted as "putting in the building blocks for a more generous basic state pension"; "reinvigorating the private pension landscape through auto-enrolment"; and "taking a pragmatic approach to a pensions system that matches simplicity and risk with cost-effectiveness and value for money for the taxpayer."
The DWP is also expected to publish a white paper on state pension reform in the coming weeks.
More to follow.
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