The new pensions dashboard may encourage retirement savers to tidy their finances by consolidating pensions – but this is not always a good idea, says
The collapse of the world’s oldest travel company Thomas Cook has left thousands of workplace pension savers uncertain over what happens to their retirement savings.
Choosing how to grow your money for a comfortable retirement is a vexing question for many investors – and there doesn’t seem to be a
Many expats rely on their state pension payments to make ends meet, but can Britain be relied on to top up the payments in line
Pension scammers cold-call eight people every second, but the government may not have laws in place to stop them until 2020, a minister has revealed.
Thousands of over 55s have overpaid millions in tax after drawing money from their retirement savings under flexible access pension rules. The mandarins at HM
The government is writing a prescription to cure the pension ills of doctors facing tax problems. High-earning doctors have retired or cut their availability to
Financial firms are rushing to offer equity release loans to the over 65s as they rush to unlock cash for retirement. Rather than downsize, the
Age is no bar to working in retirement with record numbers of the over 70s refusing to stay at home, according to official data. The