Pensions & retirement
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a consultation paper on the pension freedoms a day after new pension complaints figures.
More than 2.2 million pension holders could be hit with pension exit fees, according to new data released by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Government, regulators and financial services bodies are warning of the danger of fraudsters trying to trick you out of your lifetime's savings.
The government has today launched a consultation on pension transfers and exit charges in a bid to remove barriers to pension freedom.
Which? calls on the government to go further to help everyone benefit from the pension reforms, as we reveal there are big differences in what providers charge.
In the latest edition of our Which? Money Common Problems Solved series, we explore what you should do if you find yourself trapped on your lender's SVR.
The Chancellor today announced that pension tax relief is being cut for people earning more than £150,000.
The Government has announced that it is considering action to strengthen people's rights to access their pensions flexibly.
A number of Which? members are unhappy that their pension provider has refused to grant them their full range of pension freedoms.
One in four retirees are looking to take advantage of a scheme to sell their annuity for cash, according to a Which? Money survey.