Pensions & retirement
Couples born in the 1940s have retired with more than enough money to fund their retirement over the last decade. We suggest how future retirees can do the same.
Retirees will be able to withdraw lump sum payments if they’ve bought an annuity and change the amount of income they take, the government has announced today.
The government has announced that retirees will get free, impartial guidance when they get flexible access to their pension pots from April 2015 onwards.
Which? finds people don’t trust pension providers to offer impartial guidance. They want genuinely impartial advice, not delivered by the industry.
Which? reacts to Two pensions Bills are expected to be confirmed in the Queen's Speech today, including one allowing collective defined contribution schemes.
The Queen’s Speech today set out the government’s legislative programme for the year with two Bills that will
New research from NEST (National Employment Savings Trust) puts the threshold for a comfortable retirement at around £15,000 per year.
Which? offers tips for self-employed workers looking to pay into a pension
New research from PwC has shown that people want more choice over when they receive their state pension, even if it means they get less for taking it earlier.
Pensioners will be able to increase their weekly state pension by buying extra National insurance contributions between October 2015 and April 2016.