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Confusion rife over new state pension

Understanding of the state pension is falling among those who will be affected by huge changes made earlier this year, new Which? research shows.

Which? reveals poor-value insurance and savings

Which? reveals poor-value over-50s insurance and savings and shows how to get better deals

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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.

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.

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). 

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.

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.

Budget 2016: pensions update

Today's Budget included a major change on retirement saving for younger people with the new Lifetime Isa, but not the anticipated major announcement on pension tax relief from the Chancellor.

Women might get early access to state pension

A new report has suggested that women hit by the rising state pension age could access their pension earlier, but in return for a lower amount.

How to increase your new state pension

The new state pension is introduced on April 6. Which? highlights how you can increase your starting amount if you qualify under the new system.

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