Women and young people adversely affected
Life expectancy rates are slowing
'10% boost to GDP by 2030'
Cridland and DWP reports
Senior executives are increasingly taking cash top-ups to their salary instead of formal pension contributions, TUC research has found.
The qualifying earnings rules which govern auto-enrolment contributions should be scrapped to boost saving potential, according to provider NOW: Pensions.
Savers are in danger of being ripped off when they access their pension after April because of a lack of safeguards, warns the Trades Unions Congress (TUC).
Labour's pledge to reduce the auto-enrolment threshold is a step in the right direction but lower paid employees are still missing out under the ‘band earnings' rules, according to Scottish Widows.
Organisations representing employers, consumers, workers and the elderly have joined the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) in urging the government to rethink its commitment to pot follows member.
Helen Morrissey looks at who has missed out on AE and what can be done to reach them
Falling household savings rates have contributed to the UK's economic recovery and prevented it from sliding back into recession, according to the Trade Union Congress (TUC).
Pensions minister Steve Webb says current at-retirement processes are outdated and asked whether we need to "do decumulation differently."
Industry figures could not agree on whether the pensions market should move towards offering fewer, large scale products to employers.
The UK is experiencing a slower economic recovery than 23 of the 33 advanced economies monitored by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), according to analysis.
Poor households are the biggest losers from the government's tax policies, TUC research reveals.
Retirement Planner's round-up of the week's top pension stories
Fiona Murphy asks what could happen if the auto-enrolment earnings trigger is raised?
More than half a million low-paid workers could lose out on thousands of pounds in employer pension contributions if the government increases the auto-enrolment earning trigger, unions have claimed.
The government has responded to union threats of a general strike by refusing any further negotiation of public sector pension and pay reform.
Retirement Planner's round-up of the top pension stories this week.
About half a million people who are approaching the current state pension age (SPA) are too ill to work, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has said.
Consumer groups are "extremely concerned" about the government's decision to pursue a pot-follows-worker approach to pension consolidation.
Solvency II will force all remaining defined benefit (DB) pension schemes to close and could lead to significant job losses as UK companies fold, lobby groups have warned.
The government should end corporation tax relief on pay and bonuses worth more than £262,000 per year to raise £1.7bn for the public purse, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has said.