Pensions & retirement
With the new pension freedoms in full effect, Which? reveals the majority of those approaching retirement don’t currently understand the relevant tax rules.
Today sees the start of the new pension freedoms which will radically change the way in which we can access our retirement money.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has launched an investigation into claims made by the Daily Mail that firms are sharing sensitive personal data.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) today published the final findings of its retirement income market study looking at the sale of annuities.
In his 2015 Budget speech, The Chancellor today confirmed his plan to extend pension freedom to about 5m people who have already bought an annuity.
George Osborne has announced that the government will allow 5m current annuity holders to trade them in for a lump sum without a tax penalty.
With just a few weeks until the new pension freedoms begin, Which? puts the questions you've been asking us to Steve Webb, the Pensions Minister.
One month before the Government's pension reforms begin, Which? is launching a campaign calling for 'Better pensions'.
In the latest edition of our Which? Money Common Problems Solved series, we explain the pros and cons of state pension deferral.
There's good news for older savers with the announcement that the sale of high-interest Pensioner Bonds will be extended by up to three months.