No definitive date
Esther McVey replaces him
18-year-olds eligible from mid-2020s
Confirmed by Stephen Barclay
Govt in transparency push
'Reinforcing Automatic Enrolment' paper
Up to 40% IHT charges expected
Income-related benefits fall
Calls for more flexible State Pension
Auto-enrolment review launched
Hargreaves Lansdown cautions against early contribution rises
Follows DWP data
GAD to assess projected life expectancy
Response to 'Intergenerational Fairness' report
Data had been misinterpreted
Govt expects £17bn a year extra into workplace schemes by 2019/20
Payouts limited for long-serving pension members
Confusion over new state pension ‘rife’, MPs say
The regulator has said it understands advisers' concerns about their liability for simplified advice, saying it has made the issue a core part of the Financial Advice Market Review (FAMR).
Royal London has said it will continue to pay adviser commission on its workplace pension schemes - currently branded Scottish Life - until 2016.
The government's latest Pensions Bill will be laid before parliament today but the timing for the introduction of defined ambition (DA) pensions couldn't be worse, Tom McPhail has said.
Dame Anne Begg has criticised the government for launching a major overhaul of the pension system without considering the long-term effect.
The government's Pensions Bill, which was first introduced in May and is set to reform the UK's state and private pensions, is now taking views from the public before it reaches its final stages in the Commons.