Pensions & retirement
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.
Our calculations show that many people could run out of money before government reforms to social care take effect
‘Triple lock’ pension guarantee to be temporarily suspended: how much state pension will you get in 2022?
The annual boost to the state pension will be temporarily watered down to avoid a costly surge in payments for retirees in the aftermath of the pandemic.
There's a loophole that will allow savers to continue to unlock their private and workplace pensions at 55, instead of 57, but you may have to switch providers. Should you consider it?
Women’s state pension age increase was ‘maladministered’, rules Ombudsman – will it lead to compensation?
The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman has accused the government of being too slow to tell 1950s-born women their state pension age will increase, sparking new calls for compensation.
Sipps are increasingly popular for savers who want to take more control of their pension, but Which? analysis shows that charges can vary considerably.
Tens of thousands of married, divorced and widowed women are only getting a year’s worth of missing state pensions they're owed, due to an unforeseen legal barrier. Which? shares an account of one woman affected by the issue.
Over £2m has been reportedly lost to pension scammers since the start of 2021. Which? looks at ways to help you keep your savings safe.
Thousands of people could get compensation for being wrongly advised to transfer out of their pension. We explain how to spot bad advice, and how to complain.
Millions of pensioners could get a record boost to their state pension next year under the 'triple lock' guarantee thanks to artificially high earnings growth.