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Top Companies See Pension Gap Shrink To Just £1 Billion

Britain’s largest company pension schemes are continuing to flourish as they climb towards almost 100% funding. The combined deficit of the largest listed companies that...

Will You Be Supporting A Family At The Age Of 70?

Britain’s changing social fabric means a fifth of workers expect they will still financially support a family when they are 70 years old. A life...

Savers Face A Spending Shock When They Retire

Savers budgeting for retirement expect to spend a third of their income on living expenses, but the reality is the cost is much higher. Day-to-day...

Over 50s Bucket List Trips Add Up To £20,000

Retirement savers are not spending their pension cash on those fabled yellow Lamborghinis - instead they have a bucket list of things to do...

Only 1 in 5 Saving Enough For Comfortable Retirement

Only one in five pension savers believe they are on track to set aside enough money to pay for a comfortable retirement. But half will...

A Modern Pension is Expensive

Emperor Augustus came to power with the help of a private army. So understandably he was eager to ensure the loyalty of his soldiers...

Death, Taxes and Childbirth!

“Death, taxes and childbirth! There's never a convenient time for any of them,” wrote Margaret Mitchell in “Gone With the Wind”. After a lifetime...

Cold-Callers Try To Tap Up UK’s Pension Watchdog Boss

One of Britain’s chief financial consumer watchdogs has been cold-called by claims management lawyers trying to convince her to complain about a possible mis-sold...

PEPP Expat Pensions Ready To Roll In Europe

The new European Union PEPP pension for expats is ready to go, according to the latest reports. Draft regulations are to go before the European...

Number Crunchers Want To Scrap RPI Inflation Yardstick

After years of poor investment yields and miserably low interest rates, retirement savers now face an even bigger threat to investment growth. A government boffin...

Revealed – Where Crooks Are Most Likely To Scam Savers

Where you live can affect how many scammers are after your hard-earned cash, according to a new report. Consumer watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)...

Police Move In On £13m Suspected Pension Liberation Scam

Financial enforcers have suspended a trustee in an alleged £13.4 million pension liberation scam. Trustee Gordon Craig is suspected as the mastermind behind the scam...

Pension Savers Need $400 Trillion To Plug Retirement Gap

Yet another report is telling retirement savers what they already know - that they are not saving enough and women are struggling to fund...

British Expat Pension Pots Hit £210k

British expats have a far greater pension spending power than stay-at-home retirees, according to new research. Expat financial specialists say expats have an average pension...

Cash In Dormant Accounts Siphoned For Good Causes

Good causes may benefit from a donation of billions of pounds from untouched pensions, savings and investments squirrelled away and forgotten in the UK...

Seven Questions To Ask About A DB Pension Transfer

The number of retirement savers transferring away from their workplace direct benefit pensions is soaring. Around 180,000 savers have switched from a DB scheme to...

High Court Ends £21m Pension Liberation Scam

A massive £21 million pension liberation scam has finally ended with six pensions companies forced to shut by the courts. Fast Pensions and five associated...

Millions Lose Track Of Their Pension Savings

Seven million retirement savers have lost track of at least some of their pension cash, according to new research. Although two-thirds (64%) of savers have...

Average Worker Earns Expat Frozen Pension In 3 Hours

If you are a British state pensioner, you have just passed the moment when a worker on average pay in the UK has overtaken...

FTSE100 Firms See Pensions Drift Back Into Black

The pension schemes of Britain’s 100 biggest firms are back in the black after a decade of underfunding. Direct benefit pension accounts for the FTSE100...