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Pensions & retirement

How to track your pension savings

A prototype of the government's pensions dashboard will be in place by March 2017. In the meantime, see our tips to help you track your retirement savings.

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Property vs pension: which is the best investment?

Which? money experts explain the pros and cons of investing in property vs a pension for your retirement income. Which will give the biggest returns?

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Pension scams cost retirees millions

Fraudsters are increasingly targeting under-55s and encouraging them to access their pension early, according to new research.

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Brexit: what it means for your pension

In the aftermath of the UK vote to leave the EU, stock markets plunged dramatically. They’ve since recovered but remain volatile.

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Pension exit fees cap gives savers more freedom to access funds

Plans to cap pension exit fees at 1% on current schemes and ban them altogether in the future have been outlined by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). 

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Annuity cash-ins: what we know so far

Which? outlines what we already know about the secondary annuity market and what those hoping to sell their annuity can do.

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The £100bn pension time bomb

Millions of people could be set to lose out in retirement after being automatically shifted away from high growth pension assets.

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New state pension starts today

The new state pension comes into force today after years of discussion. Which? answers some of your questions about the major changes to the state pension.

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State pension confusion as new system looms

New research from Which? reveals that many of those approaching retirement are still in the dark about aspects of the new state pension.

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Annuity sales bounce back

Annuities remain a popular option for creating an income in retirement in spite of the new pension freedoms, according to new ABI data.

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