Danny Alexander, chief secretary to the Treasury, has hit back at claims the government is pushing through its wide-ranging pension reforms "in a big rush" ahead of next year's general election.
An adviser who stole more than £200,000 from a client's pension has now been ordered to pay it back, plus interest, as well as serve three years in prison.
The Treasury is to give savers more freedom on how they can take their tax-free lump sums from pension pots, with new rules allowing savers to take a portion of their pension out at any time.
Old Mutual Wealth is removing the annual pension drawdown fee and scrapping the current minimum charge on its platform in order to simplify its charging structure.
Scottish Widows has launched a website dedicated to helping people understand their retirement options post-April 2015 in light of the Budget changes.
Morten Nilsson, CEO of NOW ponders the shape of the pensions industry a decade from now.
The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) is planning to target savers who have indicated they plan to make full use of the pension freedoms outlined at Budget 2014, to warn them of the dangers of doing so.
Pensions minister Steve Webb has warned he will keep a sharp eye on the pensions industry following the announcement of the Budget freedoms in March.
A third of employees think firms which offer a pension scheme should also offer access to full financial advice in the workplace, research from Scottish Widows suggests.
Lauren Peters of Tideway Wealth gives her view on George Osborne’s announced plans to scrap the much hated 55 per cent ‘death tax’ on pensions - and who stands to benefit.
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.
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.
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