David Trenner wonders if George Osborne's pension reforms have gone too far.
Sting's announcement that he will not be passing his entire £180 million fortune to his children because he believes it would be an "albatross around their necks" has sparked a debate about inherited wealth.
As Individual Protection applications open, we demystify the latest question facing pension savers.
Far from wanting to kick back and relax, two-thirds of employees approaching retirement intend to continue doing some form of paid or voluntary work once they are in ‘retirement', according to a new survey from wealth adviser Towry.
After recent Citizen's Advice research revealed that many of us are turning to the internet for financial advice, we look at how you might go about picking a financial adviser.
By combining Budget reforms with existing rules which reward savers who delay taking their State pension, eligible women can boost their payout by up to tens of thousands of pounds over a lifetime.
People turning 65 this year can expect to live an average of nearly 20 years in retirement, according to an analysis of Office for National Statistics data by Prudential.
A financial adviser has been jailed for five years at Preston Crown Court for stealing a total of £85,470 from elderly victims.
Pensioners will soon enjoy unprecedented access to their savings, but Jonathan Watts-Lay of WEALTH at work warns of five potential pitfalls.
Martin Tilley of Dentons wonders whether the self invested personal pension market (SIPP) is in for a shakeup - and what that could mean for consumers.
Just 29 per cent of UK workers believe that they will stop working at retirement, according to Aegon’s third Retirement Readiness Survey.
Just under 12m people in the UK are still not saving enough money to fund an adequate retirement income, according to research from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
The government expects 130,000 pensioners per year to access their retirement savings flexibly, according to a policy impact document.
Forget the last market crash at your peril if you are relying on an investment account to provide you with a regular pension income, argues James Baxter of Tideway Partners.
Since 2011, workers over the age of 60 have seen their earnings rise faster than any other age group, according to new research by Prudential.
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