Tax relief on pensions should be replaced by a Treasury contribution of 50p per £1 saved, argues a radical report by Michael Johnson for influential thinktank the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS).
The cost of providing "adequate" advice to retirees following the dramatic overhaul of the pensions system could top £40m, according to VouchedFor.co.uk.
The pensions minister has called for an overhaul of tax relief on pension contributions that would see a flat 30 per cent rate introduced and the lifetime allowance axed.
Just over half of Britons think people can be trusted to spend their retirement savings wisely following the new pension reforms announced in the Budget.
A growing number of Britons expect money they bequeath will go towards the day-to-day living expenses of their heirs, research has found.
Radical pension reforms have sparked talk of a buy-to-let bubble. But property expert Giles Beswick says we are unlikely to see a flood of retirees heading to their local estate agencies.
One in seven people planning to retire this year has no personal pension provision, according to Prudential, and will be totally reliant on the state for their retirement income.
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Retirees who recently took a tax-free lump sum from their defined contribution (DC) pension now have longer to decide what to do with their cash, the government announced on Wednesday.
Only 25 per cent of retirees plan to use their pension pot to buy an annuity following reforms announced in this year's Budget, a study has found.
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Pensioners will be able to top up their state pension by up to £25 a week from next year under government plans published today.
The Chancellor's 'right to advice' for pensioners at the point of retirement will be a right to 'free impartial guidance', not regulated advice, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed.
A dramatic increase in the number of people trying to track down lost pensions signals greater awareness of pension-related issues.
Having saved the same amount towards retirement over a 40 year period, men can end up £89,000 better off than women, according to Scottish Widows.
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