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21 ways to boost your pension in 2021

21 ways to boost your pension in 2021

Whether you’ve just started your pension planning or are looking to retire soon, we reveal 21 ways to boost your pension savings in the new year.

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How will Brexit impact your pensions and investments?

How will Brexit impact your pensions and investments?

Which? explains how Brexit could affect your pensions and investments, how firms are working to mitigate risks to your pot, and how you can protect your savings.

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Seven ways married women can beat the £186,000 pension savings gap

Seven ways married women can beat the £186,000 pension savings gap

New research shows the pension savings shortfall could be worse for married women. Which? looks at how you can close the gap.

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RPI inflation reform: what it means for pensions, student loans, rail fares and more

RPI inflation reform: what it means for pensions, student loans, rail fares and more

The government will bring RPI in line with a version of the typically lower CPI in 2030. Which? looks at what this could mean for your finances.

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Living abroad after Brexit: is your UK pension secure?

Living abroad after Brexit: is your UK pension secure?

The Brexit transition deadline is looming, and there is still a sea of unknowns for Brits retiring in EU countries and existing expats. Which? explains your rights.

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Dipping into your pension during the pandemic? You could trigger a tax trap

Dipping into your pension during the pandemic? You could trigger a tax trap

A taxable withdrawal from a pension triggers a cap that will limit your future contributions. Which? explains how you can protect your savings.

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New unit to pay women back £100m in underpaid state pensions: are you owed money?

New unit to pay women back £100m in underpaid state pensions: are you owed money?

Tens of thousands of married, divorced and widowed women are to be paid back over £100m in underpaid state pensions by the DWP. Which? explains how you can get your money back if you've been underpaid.

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HMRC pays back £666.4m in overpaid pension tax: are you owed a refund?

HMRC pays back £666.4m in overpaid pension tax: are you owed a refund?

Hundreds of thousands of pension savers have been overcharged £666.4m in tax since 2015. Here, Which? looks at whether you could be entitled to a refund.

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Should the older generation help to pay the coronavirus bill?

Should the older generation help to pay the coronavirus bill?

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.

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State pension to rise by up to £229 in 2021 thanks to the triple lock guarantee

State pension to rise by up to £229 in 2021 thanks to the triple lock guarantee

Find out how much state pension you'll get paid next year, plus how much the additional state pension and lifetime allowance limit will be.

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