Pensions & retirement
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?
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.
HMRC has overcharged over £600m in pensions tax since the freedoms were introduced. Are you owed a refund?
Which? looks at how coronavirus has impacted the introduction of the pensions dashboard, auto-enrolment contributions and investment help for pension savers.
The government has agreed to pay employer pension contributions for furloughed staff during the coronavirus crisis. Which? explains what this means for your savings.
Wealthify has launched a digital self-invested personal pension (Sipp) which requires a minimum investment of £50. Which? takes a closer look.
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.
Over 55s are running the risk of running out of money in retirement. Which? explains how much you need to save and how to boost your pension savings.
Mistakes, gaps and unclear information from pension providers are making it hard to plan for retirement, Which? Money research has found
Around 1.3 million eligible retirees could be missing out on pension credits worth £3,000 per year. Here, Which? looks at the eligibility criteria, and explains how you can claim.