Pensions & retirement
Millions of people may have received inaccurate forecasts from the government’s online state pension calculator, according to a new investigation. The Sunday Times reports that those with defined-benefit workplace pensions...
Retired families now have higher incomes than those in work on average, according to new figures. A report published by the Resolution Foundation earlier this week found that pensioner households...
Thousands of grandparents are missing out on National Insurance credits worth around £230 a year and £4,600 over their retirement, according to new research.
Which? reveals how self-invested personal pension (Sipp) charges can end up costing retirees thousands of pounds.
Annuity providers will soon be compelled to outline all the necessary information to help people shop around for the best deal.
Annuity rates may be at historic lows, but Which? research demonstrates that shopping around for the best deal still pays off.
High charges and hidden costs are eroding pension pots by as much as a third of their value, according to new research by Which? Money.
News that 90,000 annuity holders may be in line for compensation running into hundreds of pounds each has left many wondering whether they were sold the right deal.
A prototype of the government's pensions dashboard will be in place by March 2017. In the meantime, see our tips to help you track your retirement savings.
Which? money experts explain the pros and cons of investing in property vs a pension for your retirement income. Which will give the biggest returns?