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Pensions & retirement

New ‘Pension wise’ guidance unveiled

The government has confirmed that the guidance for people negotiating the new retirement freedoms will be called 'Pension wise'.

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Which? wants faster action on unfair pension fees

Which? is calling for faster reforms of Britain's pension system, following revelations that £25.8 billion worth of pension savers' money is exposed to charges.

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Pensioner bonds: rates announced

Rates on pensioner bonds announced in line with expectations

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Annuity companies slammed by regulator

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) today published a damning report looking at past sales of pension annuities

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Autumn Statement 2014: pension reforms

In his Autumn Statement, George Osborne today added more detail to the many pension changes that have been unveiled this year, including tax changes to annuities

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Annuity mis-selling in the spotlight

Which? has spoken to the regulator this week as speculation grows that the report due in December will address historic sales of annuities.

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Countdown to the new state pension

The Department for Work and Pensions has today launched a new campaign to make people aware of the changes happening to the state pension in April 2016.

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Should I transfer funds from a final salary pension?

Our new Which? Common Money Problems Solved series explores the pros and cons of transferring funds from DB to DC pensions.

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Consumer uncertainty over pensions revealed

As pension reforms pass through Parliament, Which? reveals how people are currently feeling about their retirement income and calls for urgent action from Government to protect people’s money.

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Pension charges cap confirmed

Steve Webb, minister for pensions, has today launched a command paper outlining the new charges cap on default pension plans.

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