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Are rip-off drawdown charges taking a bite out of your pension?

Are rip-off drawdown charges taking a bite out of your pension?

Savers who switch to a cheaper pension drawdown provider could save up to £12,300, new Which? Money research reveals.

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Pension contributions for furloughed staff to change from August – what it means for your savings

Pension contributions for furloughed staff to change from August – what it means for your savings

Employers will be required to resume payments of minimum workplace pension contributions to furloughed workers from August. Which? explains what this means for your savings.

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Married women owed £100m in state pensions: have you been short-changed?

Married women owed £100m in state pensions: have you been short-changed?

Older married women may be owed a share of £100m in underpaid state pension contributions. Find out if you've received less than you should.

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Will the state pension triple lock be scrapped to help pay for the government’s coronavirus spending?

Will the state pension triple lock be scrapped to help pay for the government’s coronavirus spending?

The government is being urged to scrap the state pension triple lock system to plug its coronavirus deficit. Is the guarantee under threat?

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Nearly £20bn of pensions unclaimed in the UK: can you trace your lost pots?

Nearly £20bn of pensions unclaimed in the UK: can you trace your lost pots?

The equivalent of £13,000 per pot is yet to be claimed. Which? explains how to find out if you're missing any of your pensions and how you can get them back.

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HMRC overcharges £600m in pensions tax: are you owed a refund?

HMRC overcharges £600m in pensions tax: are you owed a refund?

HMRC has overcharged over £600m in pensions tax since the freedoms were introduced. Are you owed a refund?

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Four ways coronavirus is affecting pensions

Four ways coronavirus is affecting pensions

Which? looks at how coronavirus has impacted the introduction of the pensions dashboard, auto-enrolment contributions and investment help for pension savers.

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Government agrees to pay 3% pension contributions for furloughed staff

Government agrees to pay 3% pension contributions for furloughed staff

The government has agreed to pay employer pension contributions for furloughed staff during the coronavirus crisis. Which? explains what this means for your savings.

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Wealthify launches digital self-invested personal pension: should you invest?

Wealthify launches digital self-invested personal pension: should you invest?

Wealthify has launched a digital self-invested personal pension (Sipp) which requires a minimum investment of £50. Which? takes a closer look.

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Budget 2020: state pension to increase by 3.9% from April 2020

Budget 2020: state pension to increase by 3.9% from April 2020

New Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak confirmed in today’s Budget that the state pension will rise by 3.9% in the 2020-21 tax year as well as changes to the lifetime annual allowance.

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