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As research from Prudential shows that Brits are a duplicitous lot about money, we ask what you should know about your partner's spending habits.
People are not just relying on the Bank of Mum and Dad while they are alive, but also after they are gone, according to new research.
One in eight people aged over 50 has been approached by fraudsters offering early access to their pension pot, according to research from Fidelity Worldwide Investment.
The latest pension reforms have been greeted with enthusiasm by pension providers, but may represent another blow for annuities.
It's worrying that even now, when pensions are more topical than ever, people seem to be unclear on how much they can expect to live off in retirement, says David Macmillan of Aegon UK.
Just one in 20 workers under 30 are opting out of pensions savings, according to data released today, compared to one in four workers over 60.
It's tempting to treat your Sipp as in the same way as all your other investments - a punt on technology here, a ‘safe as houses' blue-chip there.
Many people are likely to see an income shortfall in retirement and are unlikely to have any money left over for luxuries, according to new research from Partnership.
Six months after George Osborne overhauled the UK pension system, just 29 per cent of UK adults think the new system will benefit them financially.
Planning your financial future with your heart rather than your head can have a major impact on your long-term wealth.
Ian Sayers, director general of the Association of Investment Companies, finds that it is the 'once and for all' element of an annuity purchase that deters many investors.
Labour should reverse the pension freedoms announced in the Budget 2014 if it wins the general election in May, a leftist think-tank has said.
Pensions campaigner Ros Altmann is leading calls for a ban on automatic annuity purchases.
The Chancellor’s pension reforms will see over-55s take out a total of about £5bn from their pension pots after the rules change in April next year, an actuarial firm predicts.
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