In this week's Retirement Planner news round-up we highlight five key stories you might have missed over the past seven days.
Workers are to be given the option of saving into new 'collective' pension schemes which ministers believe could boost incomes by up to 30%, under plans to be unveiled in the Queen's Speech.
Billy Burrows is to leave specialist annuity broker Annuity Line as part of a business restructure.
A radical pooled pension proposal could prevent retiring workers using their funds as they please.
Chancellor George Osborne is in danger of emulating Robert Maxwell "as a destroyer of pension savings" with plans for a retirement 'guidance guarantee', Tom McPhail has warned.
A third of over 55s who are still working do not see the value in taking financial advice at retirement, according to research from MGM Advantage.
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