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Revealed: the cost of financial advice at retirement

Exclusive Which? research reveals that people planning their retirement could be charged as much as £6,000 for professional financial advice on their pension.

Pension passports and clearer charges proposed by the FCA

The FCA has proposed plans for people over 50 be given better information about their pension options, but stopped short of capping charges on drawdown.

Retiring abroad: will your state pension be frozen?

You can still receive your state pension if you retire overseas - but your payments may be frozen, depending on the destination you choose.

Mapped: Which? uncovers the state pension postcode lottery

State pensioners are getting hugely different weekly amounts according to where they live, new research by Which? has discovered. The consumer champion analysed the latest Department for Work & Pensions...

Revealed: the £29,000 state pension gender pay gap

Men are getting £29,000 more in state pension payments, according to new Which? research. Find out why.

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Can these changes fix the problems with pension freedom?

An influential parliamentary committee warned that people are risking their retirement savings with poor-value products and wants to cap charges for retirees. Find out why.

Revealed: the true cost of pension drawdown

Some retirees see more than £12,000 sapped away in charges by managing their pension with the most expensive companies, exclusive new research from Which? reveals.

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Pension freedoms: can you be trusted with your savings?

Claims that retirees are using the pension freedoms to recklessly spend on fast cars, booze and gambling have been put to the Commons Work and Pensions Committee - but new Which? research paints a more sober picture.

Autumn Budget 2017: state pension to rise by 3%

The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, today declined to make substantial changes to pensions in his Autumn Budget. Most significantly, he avoided tinkering with the tax relief system, contrary to widespread speculation...

Brexit’s biggest price rises?

Which? today shines a light on the companies that have been hiking prices for groceries, cars and other goods since last year’s vote to leave the EU. Inflation (the Consumer...

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