Pensions & retirement
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.
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.
Millions will now have to wait until they're 66 to start claiming their state pension. Here, Which? explains how the state pension works, when you could claim and how much you'll get.
Government’s new Job Support Scheme will not cover pension contributions: how will your savings be affected?
The government's new Job Support Scheme won't cover pension contributions, but that doesn't mean your boss can stop paying into your pension pot. Which? explains what this will mean for your savings.
The government has confirmed that the state pension will increase next year as the triple lock has been maintained for 2021-22. But how much could you get?
The Court of Appeal has rejected a case by women claiming they faced discrimination when their state pension age was increased. Which? looks at why the High Court came to its decision.
It's important to be in a secure financial position in time for retirement before you give up work. Here, Which? explains how much you'll need to save each month.
The minimum age limit to unlock pension savings will increase to 57 from 2028. Here, Which? explains how the changes could affect your retirement plans.
Retirees are spending less due to the impact of coronavirus. Which? reveals how much money you’ll need to save for a basic, comfortable or luxury retirement now.
Over £30m has been reportedly lost to pension scammers since 2017. Here, Which? explains how to keep your savings safe, and how to spot a scam.