Sipps are increasingly popular for savers who want to take more control of their pension, but Which? analysis shows that charges can vary considerably.
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Which? explains how your retirement savings could be funding climate change and how you can change where your money is invested, whatever types of pension you hold.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak leaves the triple lock untouched but announces a freeze in the pensions lifetime allowance.
Three in 10 people are overestimating their future state pension payments, some by as much as £50,000 over the course of retirement, Which? has found. We explain how much you'll really get.
The financial challenges facing younger people, and the huge bill facing the government as a result of the pandemic, have intensified the debate around intergenerational fairness and the future of pensioner perks.
Retirees are spending less due to the impact of coronavirus. Which? reveals how much money you’ll need to save for a basic, comfortable or luxury retirement now.
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Representatives from the BackTo60 campaign group have been back in court to challenge the government’s handling of the rise in the women’s state pension age.
Savers who switch to a cheaper pension drawdown provider could save up to £12,300, new Which? Money research reveals.