Which? suggests simple steps you can take to revitalise your pensions and make sure you're on track for the lifestyle you want when you stop working.
New laws introduced by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) aiming to reduce the number of pension transfer scams have just come into force.
The government has acted quickly to block a loophole that allowed savers to move their money into pension schemes allowing access at age 55 after 2028.
Millions of pensioners will see an inflation-linked increase to state pension payments next year. We explain what else the Chancellor has in store for pension savers.
More than 10 million pensioners will receive a pay rise of 3.1% from April 2022, in line with September's inflation rate.
We hear from a pension scam victim who lost £50,000 of her retirement savings, and look at the tactics criminals are using to steal your nest egg.
Sipps are increasingly popular for savers who want to take more control of their pension, but Which? analysis shows that charges can vary considerably.
Two-person households need an average annual income of £26,000 for a comfortable retirement, Which?’s latest research has found. With the past year altering many people’s spending habits or potentially accelerating...
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.