People reaching retirement can expect to see their incomes drop by at least a third, according to a new report.
Around a third of Britons do not know how they will finance later life costs for themselves or a relative, according to new research.
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More changes to the tax relief on pensions could destroy public faith in saving for retirement.
The well-off are receiving tax breaks on pension contributions worth on average 20 times those of ordinary workers, according to reports.
A potential gap looms between employee and employer expectations of when workers will retire, an Aegon report has warned.
Iain Duncan Smith has confirmed plans for a flat-rate state pension are still going ahead.
House prices rose by 1.3% in August, the largest monthly increase since January 2010, according to data released by Nationwide.
A worrying level of people in retirement are not using their pension savings efficiently, says a report by Skandia.
People who are will to pay into a pension but have not got around to signing up are collectively losing out on £2.5bn in income tax relief on contributions, analysis has found.
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Public sector employers are running out of time to make sure they comply with incoming auto-enrolment legislation, experts warn.
The Supreme Court has ruled employers may have powers to forcibly retire staff at 65 – putting in doubt the abolition of the default retirement age.
Three trade unions have joined forced to launch a campaign against government proposals to increase the UK state pension age to 68.
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